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Eastern Kentucky University's 

1984 MILESTONE 

Richmond, Kentucky 40475 
Volume 61 

Michelle M. O'Bryan, Editor 

Mike Hall, Co-Managing Editor 

Dean'a Moore, Co-Managing Editor 

Larry W. Bailey, Adviser 



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It was a combination of things compacted into the 
year that made it a unique experience that can never 
happen again. 



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It was a matter of beauty, natural and man-made 
beauty of the campus, that we all enjoyed and 
turned to for encouragement whenever the need 
arose. 

A peaceful moment in the ravine, a walk by the 
Stratton pond, or a seat in view of the Powell foun- 
tain at night, each served as an outlet for our feelings 
when things got hectic. Each encouraged us to take a 
minute and put our lives into perspective. 

But at times we needed something more ... a real 
force to help us through the hills and valleys of our 
lives. In times such as those it was a matter of . . . 



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Individuality served as the force that set us apart from the other 
12,660 students at the University. Everyone found their own way to 
express themselves. For some it was simply quiet time, alone, to get 
in touch with their inner thoughts and feelings. For others it was 
time spent enjoying a hobby, skateboarding, music, or time to read a 
favorite book. 

Time alone was a must in order to survive. We all needed our 
moments to be ourselves and express those characteristics that set us 
apart, as individuals. We needed to experience ourselves. Yet there 
was another aspect that was very necessary in our lives. It was a 
matter of . . . 



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Friendship enabled us to share ourselves with 
others, to become stronger and more aware by ex- 
periencing a relationship. 

It was comforting to know we had friends to so- 
cialize with, study with, or just talk to when there 
was a need. Having a friend to share our ups and 
downs made each and every day more valuable. 

We all needed friendship, yet for some a stronger 
form of relationship was needed. To fulfill the needs 
of those, it was a matter of . . . 



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Love and a relationship with someone of the oppo- 
site sex was necessary to fill a void for many. These 
relationships supplied security and allowed deeper 
feelings to be expressed. 

We all need to be loved and cared for. We need that 
gentle touch, that encouraging smile that assures us 
that we're ok, the close companionship that gives our 
lives a greater meaning. 

In addition to a one-on-one relationship, we needed 
a wider circle of companionship. In addition to love 
there was a matter of . . . 



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Fellowship gave us an opportunity to express 
ourselves in a group, to compete, to socialize, to 
share our individuality with a group of people that 
had some of the same interests and goals that we 
did. 

Through fellowship we participated in and be- 
came part of a larger group at the University. It was a 
matter of . . . 



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Society — the entire University became a com- 
munity within itself, and we made up that commu- 
nity just by being students, together in one place. 

We were an organized group that numbered to 
12,660 with a common interest — an education. 

We went to class, we ate, we slept, we socialized, 
we played, we worked all in one private, secure 
little world — The University campus. 



12 Opening 




Opening 13 



CONTENTS 

Student Life ... 16 

Sports 72 

Academics 122 

Involvement . . 152 

People 244 

Index 322 




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Together we formed a unit. Unity; for we repre- 
sented Eastern and Eastern represented us, and the 
experiences that we lived through. 

Together, but separately, we experienced 1983-84. 
A year that happened. A year that was meaningful 
and worthwhile regardless of the GPA we made, 
how many friends we had, or how many times our 
hearts were broken. 

All that matters is that we have grown, we have 
learned, and we have experienced another year, to- 
gether, at the University. 



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16 Student Life Divider 






Student Life Divider 17 



FRESHMAN ORIENTATION 



The Beginning 



Everyone has experienced the 
confusion of being in a new 
place and not knowing where to 
go or who to ask for help, espe- 
cially at a university. Twelve 
years ago a program, summer 
orientation, began for all incom- 
ing freshmen. Skip Daugherty in 
conjunction with the College of 
Undergraduate Studies, has been 
in charge of orientation for the 
last six years. 

This year the program lasted 
from June 20 to July 28. "It was an 
excellent year," said Skip Daugh- 
erty. The sessions averaged 150 
students per day plus their par- 
ents. Only ten percent of the 
2,874 registered students did not 
attend. Many of the incoming 
freshmen and their parents took 
advantage of an overnight stay 
in the dorms while at the univer- 
sity. It let them see where the stu- 
dents would be living during the 
year. These students got an idea 
of how big the rooms were and 
just how comfortable the beds 
could be. In addition to several 
sessions on anything from hous- 
ing to food service, campus tours 



were given to help the students 
get a head start on finding class- 
rooms, the library, and even the 
grill. Amid all of this, students 
registered for classes at times 
when there were no other pres- 
sures to worry about. "If I had 
not done it when I came down, I 
would have been lost," said Lin- 
da Ross, a nursing major from 
Russell, Ky Tracy Hobbs, an ac- 
counting major, also from Rus- 
sell, agreed. "The scheduling was 
helpful, and my parents liked it 
too," she said. 

The program gave many stu- 
dents a working knowledge of 
the campus and allowed them to 
complete registration while fo- 
cusing on individual needs. 

Orientation has continued to 
grow in acceptance with parents 
and freshmen alike. Summer ori- 
entation for many students 
meant finding out about the 
place they would be living for 
approximately nine months a 
year for the next four years. It 
was a good beginning to their 
college experience. 



Above left: Personal advising is one of the spe- 
cial advantages of Freshman orientation. 
Above right: These freshmen are already be- 
coming accustomed to the long lines that are so 
familiar to all students. Right: Skip Daugherty 
officially welcomes incoming freshmen to the 
University. 



Photos bv Paul Lambert 




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THE UNIVERSITY 



An Asset to Richmond 



//\ I 1 he community's qual- 
ity of life and economy 
-*- is very dependent 
upon Eastern Kentucky Univer- 
sity" said Sue Chenault, Execu- 
tive Director of the Richmond 
Chamber of Commerce. "Some 
businesses even close down dur- 
ing spring, Christmas and sum- 
mer breaks," she continued to 
say. University-related jobs and 
students contribute to one- 
fourth of the economy of Madi- 
son County. The University not 
only brings a source of income to 
the county, but also industry. She 
added that the University is a 
strong selling point with indus- 
trial manufacturing firms to lo- 
cate in Richmond. "Eastern pro- 
vides education, cultural activi- 
ties, athletics, business and 
volunteer work to the communi- 
ty," Chenault noted. 



The University is also diversi- 
fied in what it offers to Madison 
County. Mrs. Chenault said that, 
for instance, a public relations 
class at the University drew up 
the proposals and plans for the 
Golden Leaf Tobacco Festival that 
takes place in November in Rich- 
mond. Chenault noted that the 
festival could not have been a 
success without the knowledge 
of the public relations class. 

"In addition to supplying 
manpower, students also have 
specific technical skills not pos- 
sessed by our staff that we've 
been able to use," said Beverly Fo- 
gle, director of the Marc Center, 
which has been in existence 
since 1969 and is a private agency 
that provides services for men- 
tally retarded and physically 
handicapped citizens in Madison 
County. The Marc Center is one 



organization that benefits from 
Eastern students. They raise 
money, renovate the Marc Center 
building, sell the clients' crafts, 
and even try and locate jobs for 
the clients. Students serve as in- 
terns to the Marc Center through 
programs such as social work, oc- 
cupational therapy and voca- 
tional rehabilitation. Campus or- 
ganizations such as Kappa Delta 
Tau, Association of Law Enforce- 
ment and Student Council on Ex- 
ceptional Children volunteer 
their time to help the Marc Cen- 
ter. 

The University is a vast pool of 
resources that offers Madison 
County an available source of 
manpower, which enables the 
community to "grow" both fi- 
nancially and culturally as well 
as meeting its physical needs. 




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Above Left: Nancy Thomas works in 
the deli section at Kroger's. Many busi- 
nesses in Richmond employ University 
students. Above: A member from the 
Association of Law Enforcement helps 
to renovate the Marc Center by refur- 
bishing desks for clients and staff to use. 
Left: Sue Chenault, Director of the 
Chamber of Commerce; Kim Dobing, an 
Eastern intern for the Chamber and 
Mary King, a past intern and present 
employee review the plans for the Gold- 
en Leaf Days Festival developed by a 
University public relations class. Oppo- 
site Left: Some members from the Bap- 
tist Student Union visit one of the local 
nursing homes in the community. 



Student Life 21 



RUSH 

A Different Opportunity 



It began innocently enough. A meeting here, a 
committee there, an interview, and on and on. The 
preparations began before the last semester ended. 
Nancy Holt, assistant director of Student Activities 
said, "each sorority submitted a detailed report for 
their fall rush program by April of the last school 
year." This let each group get organized over the 
summer. Many of the sororities did just that by con- 
ducting summer retreats to work on skits and pre- 
pare scenery. Those that remained during summer 
session completed much of the busy work then. 

In the fall everyone arrived the first day the 
dorms opened to put the final preparations into 
action. This offered a special chance for each sorority 
to renew relationships and catch up on summer 
news. During these few days floors were decorated, 
and costumes gathered. Skits were rehearsed again 
and again. Letters were painted, name tags drawn 
and cut, balloons blown up, gowns ironed, and can- 
dles counted. The days begin at 8:00 and may end 
around midnite. In the girls' spare time they un- 
packed and tried to make their rooms convey a mes- 
sage about themselves. 



One special group of girls served as Rush Coun- 
selors — Rho Chi's. These girls went before a selec- 
tion board, completed interviews and attended 
training sessions during spring semester. The morn- 
ing of the first rush party they disaffiliated from 
their sororities. For the next five days they lived in a 
motel room with another counselor not in their so- 
rority. They could not speak or even acknowledge 
anyone in their organization, especially in front of 
rushees. The Rho Chi's purpose was to answer ques- 
tions rushees had concerning any of the sororities, 
and taking the girls from party to party. "Being Rho 
Chi's gave each girl a chance to see her organization 
and the others operate from the outside — it in- 
creases their objectivity concerning their own 
group," said Nancy Holt. 

The same process begins again and again. For the 
many women who go through rush it signifies a 
new beginning; for the actives, it is a regeneration of 
their sorority. In the end everyone involved exper- 
ienced a different opportunity in college life. 

Below: A Phi Mu completes information cards on rushees before the 
parties begin. 






Left: Crepe paper forms the backdrop for the Delta Zeta rush parties in the 
Herndon Lounge. Above: Name tags, an important ingredient in getting 
to know rushees, are prepared by Pi Phi actives. Below: Letters painted on 
actives' windows help rushees learn where each sorority is located. 



Photos by Paul Lambert 




Student Life 23 



SUMMER SCHOOL 



A Matter of Necessity 



Your last final is over. Every- 
thing is packed and stuffed into 
the car. As you drive out of Rich- 
mond, you've realized another 
year has come and gone. Visions 
of homecooked meals, sleeping 
late, fun and sun pop into your 
head. It's that three month vaca- 
tion you've worked nine months 
for. 

For some students that isn't 
quite the picture they had in 
mind. It is business as usual for 
them in the summer. The next 12 
weeks they will spend in in- 
tersession and summer school 
classes. 

Reasons for attendance in 
summer school are as varied as 
the 3,754 people who attended 
last summer. 

The most obvious reason was 
lack of jobs; because most busin- 
esses refuse to hire students 
knowing that those employees 
will be lost in the fall. Transfer- 
ring, program changes, adding 
minors, and changing majors 
brought students to the Univer- 
sity. Graduating on time was the 
main focus for students such as 



William McCoy, music education 
major from Radcliff, Ky 

Repeating courses to improve 
grades is an added incentive to 
attend summer school. The final, 
and probably the biggest reason 
people flocked to the University 
was summer and December 
graduations. Leesa Woolums, se- 
nior communication disorders 
major from Canaan, In. was one 
of the many August graduates 
finishing up in summer session. 
Connie Holbrook, senior busi- 
ness education major from Win- 
chester, Ky, came to take that last 
class before student teaching and 
December graduation. 






Still there remains another 
group of people who attended; 
teachers who were studying 
three months out of the year to 
receive a masters degree and 
maintain their certification. Lin- 
da Wilson, who teaches elemen- 
tary education in Lexington is a 
good example. 

Although school was the pri- 
mary focus of the students, they 
found fun and sun, and mini-va- 
cations anyway. When it was all 
said and done, the necessity of 
summer school was worth it, 
even if a 12-week vacation had to 
be crammed into two. 






Right: Dr Fred Engle lectures to one of his 
economics classes during summer school. 
Many students attended summer session in or- 
der to raise their GPA or to bring their gradu- 
ation date closer. 




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Left: Tvna McClure and Patsy Schnitzler 
spent part of their summer studying in 
the library Below: The Alumni Colise- 
um pool provides this coed a place to 
study while working on her tan. 




Student Life 25 



RESIDENT ASSISTANTS 



Responding 
to Students 



He sits alone, twiddling his 
thumbs, staring at the four concrete 
walls of his dorm room. He tries to 
remember what all he did this week- 
end, but it all seems foggy. He bows 
his throbbing head just as someone 
knocks at the door. It's his R. A. Oh! 
"O/X*". He's never been too keen on 
R. A.'s. They're always butting into 
people's business. But this time it was 
different. He guesses his R. A. hap- 
pened to be the right person there at 
the right time. He invited him in and 
his R. A. sat down. They talked for 
several minutes about different 
things, but as they both gazed at the 
mess surrounding them, the topic 
turned to that. He bowed his head 
again, but this time tears were running down his 
face. He knew he needed help. His R. A. was aware 
there was a problem, so he made himself available to 
his neighbor. It was not an accident. 

These people have no real names. But they could 
represent any dorm resident or R. A. on campus. 
Most people don't think of an R. A. as a counselor, 
but instead, that of a plainclothes detective. Accord- 
ing to the Dean of Men, Dr. Howard Allen, counsel- 
ing other students is one of the primary functions of 
an R. A. Sincere interest and concern for people 
enables an R. A. to carry that out. 

Scott Mandel, an R. A. at Commonwealth Hall, 
feels his job is an excellent course in human rela- 
tions. Besides having to know your entire floor of 
residents, being an administrator, communicator, 
and enforcer of rules and regulations, an R. A. must 
be on call 24-hours a day if an emergency arises. 
"You even play mother sometimes," one R. A. ad- 
mitted. The same R. A. went beyond the call of duty 
and bailed one of the residents on his floor out of 
jail. Despite the varied hours, having to give disci- 
plinary action, getting late night phone calls, and 
more; the R. A.'s agreed that the rewards of being a 
resident assistant far outweighed the disadvantages 
of the job. 





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Opposite Left: Jeff Zoller, 5th floor 
R. A. in Palmer, prepares his floor for 
the start of school. Opposite Below: 
R. A.'s receive on-the-job training for 
emergencies that might arise. Left: 
Martin Schickel has a captive audi- 
ence for a typical floor meeting. Be- 
low: Jeanette Crockett, Dean of 
Women, shares information at the 
summer orientation workshop for R. 
A.'s. 




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LIVING ON 



Fresh out of high school? Tired of having to be home 
by 11 p.m., making your bed or mowing the lawn on 
weekends? If you answered "yes" to any of the ques- 
tions above, there may be a place for you at University 
Estates. 

Universitv Estates offers more than 3,300 rooms for 
the individual ready to make it on their own. There are 
rooms to fit almost any taste, ranging from the tradi- 
tional design of O'Donnell Hall to the more modern 
stvle of Telford Hall. Rooms are furnished with 2 beds, 
2 desks, 2 chests of drawers and plenty of closet space. 
These are not the best features of University Estates, 
however. As a special offer, right now rooms run from 
onlv $368 to $378 for a rental period of four months. 
Plus, this low price includes all utilities and recrea- 
tional fees. 

In addition, each room has access to kitchen facili- 
ties, private restrooms and showers, private lounges 
and game rooms. 

The kitchen facilities have all the conveniences of 
modern technology. The stoves are costly antiques 
from the 1960 Sears and Roebuck catalog. Each sink 
comes complete with its own plunger. 

The private restrooms are another excellent feature 
of University Estates. Depending on which day of the 
week it is, the resident can have either hot or cold 
showers. Each toilet is supplied with complimentary 
toilet paper from Brand X Sandpaper Company. 

For rest and relaxation or to just entertain that "spe- 
cial" friend, University Estates provides luxurious 
lounges, equipped with only the most comfortable of 
couches. They give excellent back support since an 
erect position is the only one possible. The decor is 
impecable. Stripes, checks, plaids and solids combine 
to make each lounge an abstract heaven. 

If there is nothing of interest on television, or if your 
back is just getting sore, University Estates provides 
fully equipped game rooms for hours of entertain- 
ment. Nearly everv game room has a pool table and a 
ping pong table, some of which even have paddles and 
balls. 

University Estates also provides laundry rooms in 
each of its residences. Each machine has special built- 
in features. No longer do you have to wear a new pair 
of jeans for a year to give them the lived-in look. Each 
machine, for only 50 cents, will personally chew each 
article of clothing for you. 

University Estates has a stern and enforced policy of 
not allowing pets. Pets destroy property and can cause 

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rates to rise. However, University Estates does realiz 
the emotional importance a pet can play in one's lift 
In accordance with this belief, University Estates pre 
vides each resident with his or her very own cocl 
roaches. Cockroaches cost very little to feed and ai 
very loyal and loveable. There are few experience 
more heart-warming than cuddling up next to yoi. 
pet cockroach on a cold winter night. 

University Estates is also "home" to one of the lar£ 
est educational facilities in Kentucky. Residents wh 
apply themselves can earn associate, bachelors an 
even doctorate degrees. It is the policy of Universit 
Estates that all residents take advantage of these facil 
ties. Vacancies open in August and January, get yoi 
reservations in now! 

*Note — This is an obvious paradox of dorm life. 




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NIGHT HOSTESSES 



They Call Her Mom 



Did you know that your "mother" lives at East- 
ern? She's not just at Telford, O'Donnell, or Todd 
Halls — she's at every dorm. You'll never see your 
"mom" during the day but she'll always be there to 
greet you when you return late at night from study- 
ing or maybe from a big date. Of course, we're talk- 
ing about that person so special to us — the night 
hostess. 

It takes special qualities to succeed as a night 
mother. According to Pearl White at Burnam Hall, 
being a good listener is the key. Sometimes it is best 
to just listen and not get too involved or give advice. 

Night hostesses agree that getting to know the 
students, especially the freshmen, is the most enjoy- 
able part of their job. Most admit that they have 
shed a few tears over students who have graduated. 

From learning about foreign countries and differ- 
ent cultures to learning about values and attitudes of 



students, hostesses have a highly educational job. 
One night hostess even ventured to say that college 
life has taught her not to send her children to live in 
a dorm. Another hostess, Orlena Barnes, shared 
what an inspiration it is to see how the girls take 
care of one another. She explained how one particu- 
lar girl had waited up all night in the lobby for her 
roommate because she was worried about her. 

Dorothy Bowling, of Combs Hall, recalls an amus- 
ing incident. Last year, a live opossum was put in 
the lobby of Case Hall. The two culprits admitted to 
sharing their "pet" to add a little excitement to the 
night. 

Sometimes students don't realize that night 
moms are there to protect them and to help in case of 
an emergency. 



Below: Palmer mom, Pearl Simpson, fills her nights completing crafts, 
such as afghans, quilts, and dolls. 




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In other words, "We help take care of problems 
that may affect students during the night." Walking 
floors, checking the outside doors every hour, an- 
swering the phone and watching the lobby are nor- 
mal responsibilities for the dorm hostess. Many 
read, write letters, quilt, or just talk to help the hours 
pass. 

For Eldean White of Miller, Beckham, and 
McCreary Halls, working as a night hostess is like 
having a house full of girls. She enjoys that feeling 
because she has three sons and no daughters of her 
own. 

Several of the hostesses have been at their job for 
seven and eight years. Some never dreamed that 
they would be working as a night hostess for that 
long. Interesting changes have occurred during 
these years, such as extended open house and lobby 
hours. "You have to change with the times," stated 
one night mother. 

Not just any woman can be a night mom. It takes 
a person with love, patience, and wisdom to share as 
well as genuine concern to be called "mom." 



Photos by Neil Thompson 





Above: Locking doors, checking id's, and keeping "her" girls company 
helps Orlena Barnes while away the hours. Left: At the University since 
1974, Pearl White spends her time answering phones, reading, and walk- 
ing Burnam's hallways. 



A Ki\iglit 

to Remember 

Tension is in the air; because tonight is a night of 
magic. The Gifford Theatre, filled to capacity, has 
been transformed into an ocean of on-lookers. 
Somehow, the audience can tell that Broadway 
Knights: A Musical Tribute to Broadway's Great- 
est Composers is no ordinary musical. With four- 
teen talented entertainers and a classy backdrop, the 
greatest composers of this century are ready to take 
the stage again. As the audience sits back and remi- 
nisces, strains of Gershwin, Rodgers & Hammer- 
stein, Jerry Herman and Steven Soundheim wisk 
them through almost a century of musical history. 

The creative costumes and the theatrical light- 
show transcended time and space and gave the au- 
dience a chance to utilize their imagination. The 
transitions between time periods was pronounced, 
but subtle enough to keep the action moving. This 
multi-faceted broadway interpretation unfolded in 
phases. Each composer was highlighted in his own 
era, and was eventually succeeded by another com- 
poser. Some of the all-time favorite songs were high- 
lighted, with a special spoof between Dolly Levi and 
Auntie Mame. The only thing left to do was to hold 
on to your seats and get ready for the ride of your 
life. 




Above: Tim Coleman and Dana Gisler gave the kind of high-energy per- 
formance that made Broadway Knights "the" musical of the year. Below: 
This multi-talented group of Broadway-ready stars put the audience on 
the edge of their seats and kept them there all night long- 






Top: Ernie Adams and Dana Swinford 
took the stage and gave a performance 
that would have made Fred Astaire and 
Ginger Rogers envious. Left: Carol 
Owens grabbed the spotlight and took it 
for what it was worth, while Lynn Hen- 
rickson and Jerry Sheets gave a brilliant- 
ly choreographed performance Above: 
Robert Hoagland and Dana Gisler cap- 
tured the hearts of the audience by giv- 
ing them the dynamic, polished perfor- 
mance that literally "stole the show." 

Photos by Thompson 



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In keeping with the Homecoming theme, "Music, 
Music, Music," the University's football team struck 
the final blow by beating Austin Peay 31-14 on Oc- 
tober 2, to put the finishing touches on a captivating 
fall day. 

The Homecoming festivities began with the tra- 
ditional pep rally in Alumni Coliseum. As the 
cheerleaders and pep band fired up the crowd, 
Coach Kidd spoke and introduced his senior play- 
ers. The 15 Queen finalists were also introduced. 

According to Student Activities Director Skip 
Daugherty, the University did not sponsor a dance 
this year, due to lack of student interest. Instead, 
they sponsored a local talent show entitled "Mostly 
Music From Campus Stars." Student acts performed 
and the 15 Queen finalists were introduced. 

Of course, there were lots of last minute details to 
be completed before the game on Saturday. Celebra- 
tive students put the final touches on many colorful 
floats, and maintenance spruced up the campus for 
alumni, parents, and friends. Lots of time and effort 
was put into decorating the dorms and even the 
fountain in the Powell area was restored to working 
order. 



Above Right: A young Colonel voices his approval to the candy being 
thrown during the parade. Below: Lots of time and hard work went into 
creating the homecoming floats. Right: President Powell had the "best 
seat in the house" as he looked on during the parade. 






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The weather cooperated for 
the parade on Saturday morning 
and a large crowd turnout result- 
ed. 

The IET Club and Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta sorority collaborated to 
win the contest for most beauti- 
ful float, and Martin Hall re- 
ceived the honors for best deco- 
rated dorm with a scene from the 
folk song "Cabin on the Hill," a 
victory song sung by the football 
team. 

The day's events climaxed 
with the crowning of the 1983 
Homecoming Queen, Miss Eliza- 
beth Cummins, during the pre- 
game festivities. 

Homecoming photos by Paul Lambert. 



Left: Many colorful floats were enjoyed by 
spectators on Homecoming Day Below: The 
Marching Maroons were just one of many 
bands that performed in the parade. 




COLONELS OUTRANK GOVERNORS 



The sky was gray. The air was cool. It looked 
like a repeat of last year's Homecoming. The only 
difference was that the sky parted and the sun 
came shining through. Tension was in the air. 
Austin Peay was on their way. 

"Austin Peay is definitely for real," said Coach 
Roy Kidd before the game. "Anytime you can 
hold Western Kentucky without a touchdown, 
you have a good defensive team." Going into the 
game both teams were 3-0 overall. 

Rushing was the key word for the Colonels in 
the game as they rushed 56 times for 184 yards. 
Terence Thompson, a senior from Owensboro, 
carried the ball 25 times for 113 yards. 




Above: Terence Thompson carried the ball 25 times for a total of 113 yards in 
the game. Below: Austin Peay comes face-to-face with two EKU tacklers. The 
Colonels held the Governors to 53 yards on the ground. 




36 Student Life 




Above: Isiah Hill receives a long pass from QB Pat Smith and heads down- 
field for one of the Colonels four touchdowns. Below: The Colonels win over 
Austin Peay marked Coach Roy Kidd's 150th win at EKU. 




By game time, the crowd of 19,200 was ready for a 
good game and that is just what they got. Simon 
Codrington caught a 5-yard pass from quarterback 
Pat Smith in the endzone to put the Colonels on top 
to stay at 7-6. 

Eastern lived up to its reputation as a national 
power by scoring throughout the game, finally com- 
ing out on top 31-14. The Homecoming crowd left 
satisfied as did Coach Kidd, who won the 150th 
game of his career at Eastern. 



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Above: President J. C. Powell prepares to crown the new Queen during 
the pre-game ceremony. 




Every little girl at sometime in her childhood 
dreams of being a queen. But, as they grow older, 
they set aside that fantasy. For Elizabeth Cummins, 
a forgotten dream became a reality. Homecoming 
1983 was one of the many days that will stand out in 
her memories. 

"Words could not describe my thoughts when 
they said my name," said the pretty blonde from 
Somerset, Ky "I couldn't cry or laugh," she said. "All 
I could think of was, it's nice to be a winner for such 
a special group of people." 

Elizabeth takes being a campus representative 
very seriously. For the junior Mathematical Sciences 
major, being sponsored by Gamma Beta Phi meant a 
lot to her. 

"I wanted to make my best impression on the 
judges," she said. Involvement in campus activities 
and organizations, while maintaining a high grade 
point average, says alot to them about a person. For 
Elizabeth, her record spoke for itself. This year she 
was active in the Baptist Student Union, Gamma 
Beta Phi, and was junior advisor to Lambda Sigma. 
Elizabeth served on the Homecoming committee, 
and helped develop this year's theme. Student Sen- 
ate also holds her interest. Her involvement on the 
Committee for Committees has increased her 
awareness in student rights on campus and campus 
politics in general. 

What spare time Elizabeth has is spent jogging 
on-campus, playing the piano, and people-watch- 
ing. 

With beautiful weather for the parade, friends 
wishing her well, and an exciting pre-game ceremo- 
ny, Homecoming 1983 will be remembered for years 
to come. 

Photos by Paul Lambert 



Above: Escort Charlie Sutkamp congratulates a surprised Homecoming 
queen. 



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LaFandra Tinsley 

Dupree Hall 



Jennifer Borders 

Keene Hall 




Danita Morris 

Phi Kappa Tau 



1st Runner-Up 
Suzanne Arnold 

Delta Zeta 










Thomasina Dabney 

Textile, Clothing and Fashion Club 




Denise Langworthy 

Phi Epsilon Kappa 




Sandy Willis 

Phi Delta Theta 



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Lencia Alexander 

Kappa Alpha Theta 





Gayle Houze 

Telford Hall 




2nd Runner-Up 
Kathy Kidd 

Chi Omega 





Debbie Dunn 

Kappa Alpha 




Lynda Steely 

Theta Chi 



Gina Lentini 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



Allyson Baudendistel 

Kappa Delta Tau 



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People . . . 

Alike Yet Different 



All of us at one time or another have felt like a number in 
the University community. It does not matter if we work for 
the University or are an attending student, the feeling is still 
there. What matters is that while we are all together we are 
interacting as a whole unit. Some of us are more prominent 
than others, naturally, but that does not matter. It is our own 
special way of smiling at a stranger or the style of practical 
joke we play on someone we care about that lets us stand out. 
Dropping the labels everyone automatically receives is a great 
help. Nobody likes being known exclusively as Greek, a 
freshman, a janitor, security, or whatever before being known 
as an individual human being. True, the classification can 
help us remember the person, but only being known for or by 
it can be stifling to one's individualism. 

With people all around us interacting and affecting one 
another, we each have a fully developed identity with the 
fingerprints of those who surround our daily lives imprinted 
on us forever. That is what makes us as human beings, alike 
vet different. 





Sidewalks lead these students to unknown destinations. 



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A freshly shoveled path makes way for students as they go to 
classes. 








A rare sight is an uncrowded circulation room in the Crabbe library on a quiet afternoon. 





Determination is all Kappa Alpha Psi needs in the DZ Frat Man Classic. Another beautiful day coaxes this student out to study on the millstones. 



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People, cont'd. 

Individualism 
Is not lost in a 
group but it is 
found in a group. 
For individualism is 
realized through a 
person's ability to 
stand upright in the 
midst of other 
strong individuals. 




Cozy surroundings and friends are a common sight in the Powel 
Building. 




For most, class time is the only time students and teachers get to discuss life and their part in it 
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Enthusiastic students find unique ways to show support for the football team. 




People photos by: Neil Thompson 



Above: The modern Knights of the Round table find time to socialize and discuss the days 
events. Above Right: Man's best friend is a welcome sight on campus as students put on the 



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STUDYING 



A Valuable Skill 

You Get Out of it, 
What You Put Into it 



In recent history the catch words at cocktail par- 
ties, political rallies, and class discussions were "ex- 
cellence in education." These three simple words 
brought many to their feet voicing memories of 
teachers who did not teach, lack of money put into 
education, and the good old days when you got 
what you put into education. Well, as Harry Truman 
said, "the buck stops here," as far as higher educa- 
tion goes. 

The Milestone staff conducted an anonymous, 
unscientific survey of 360 university students and 
their study habits. Of the studies received, the staff 
evaluated 251. There were 36 questions dealing with 



different aspects of study methods, extra-curricular 
activities, and personal statistics. Some of the per- 
centages were thrown out because several questions 
were not answered or were answered irresponsibly. 
The questionnaire was given in several different 
locations at different times to obtain a better student 
population mix. Approximately one-fourth of the 
students fell into each academic year — freshmen, 
20%; sophomores, 29%; juniors, 25%; and seniors, 
26%. There were more women surveyed with 67%, 
and men held 33% of the surveys. Of the group, 3% 
were married and 7% were commuters. 



1. How many hours a week do you study overall? 
1-4, 9%; 5-9, 37%; over 9, 52%. 

2. Why do you study? 

grades, 51%; knowledge, 28%; success, 5%; employment, 4%; expectations, 3%; parents, 2%; interest, 2%; gradu- 
ation, 1%; other, 4%. 

3. How many all-nighters did you pull as a freshman? 

zero, 49%; one, 9%; two, 10%; three, 9%; four, 3%; five, 5%; six, seven, and ten, 1% each; twenty, 2%; too many, 5%. 

4. When you study do you: read the materials only, 8%; read notes only, 11%; read and underline notes and 
materials, 65%; make notecards, 9%; pace while reading, 4%; other, 3%. 

5. Where do you study? 

dorms, 55%; Powell, 3%; library, 30%; home, 9%; other, 3%. 

6. Study breaks varied from every chapter, 20 minutes, 2-3 hours, or they didn't take breaks at all. They were spent 
eating, sleeping, and just moving around. 

7. What time of day do you study? 

mornings, 2%; afternoon, 7%; evening, 51%; late night, 17%; varied times, 22%. 

8. Of the on-campus dwellers, the reasons they had trouble studying where they lived were: noise, 45%; interrup- 
tions, 25%; too comfortable, .9%; bugs, .4%; lack of concentration, .9%; and had other things to do, 4%. 12% had no 
trouble. 

9. Have you ever taken a Learning Skills course? 
yes, 38%; no, 62%. 

10. If you discovered your current study methods were not producing the results you expected, would you enroll in 
a Learning Skills course that suited your needs? 

yes, 69%; no, 27%. 

11. When asked if the learning skills courses taken were useful, many students said yes; however, there were some 
unsatisfied students. Most students felt that the tips on notes and test taking were very helpful. Several brought 
up the fact that motivation could not be taught! 



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MONSTER 



BASH 

As Dorothy said, "Lions and ti- 
gers and bears, oh no!" What 
could be any scarier than things 
that go bump in the night? Hal- 
loween, the holiday that origi- 
nated over 2,000 years ago with 
the Celts, brings out the wild an- 
tics of any child at heart. For 
many of us trick-or-treating and 
dressing up in costumes ended 
long before high school gradu- 
ation. Yet, here at the University, 
one night a year anyone on cam- 
pus can let their imagination run 
wild. 

Monday, October 31 saw hob- 
goblins of all persuasions de- 
scending upon the Keen Johnson 
Ballroom from eight o'clock til 



midnight. Anything from 
clowns, little girls, walking do- 
minos, kitchen appliances, the 
grim reaper, and pregnant brides 
could be seen dancing to the mu- 
sic of World's Away. If you wer- 
en't careful, gorillas were liable 
to bob more than their share of 
apples from the barrel. 

Costume awards went to Ker- 
mit the frog as the cutest, Mr. Tas 
the scariest, and a two-headed 
scarecrow as most original. Ap- 
proximately 1,000 people took 
advantage of the Bash, sponsored 
by Women's and Men's Inter- 
dorm with proceeds going to the 
United Way campaign. 



Opposite: The invisible man returns 
with a dance date. Opposite Inset: Be- 
ing in costume helps these girls let their 
hair down. Right: Two university stu- 
dents take time out from studying to at- 
tend the Monster Bash. Photos by 
Thompson 




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Everyday you turned a dial and began the day 
with music. Everything from pop to classical was 
heard in dorm rooms or in cars on the streets. The 
songs we heard were inspirational and sometimes 
gave us courage to deal with life's unpleasantries. 
For the most part, however, they were good for a fast 
escape from reality One thing was certain, music 
and its influences were here to stay 

Fads have come and gone, but none will be re- 
membered more than the "new" look in popular 
music groups of the early eighties. Adam Ant, Boy 
George and Prince may have begun a trend with 
makeup and earrings. Hairstyles also took the spec- 
trum in stvle and color. You could have had curls all 



Top Pop Artists* 

1. Michael Jackson/Epic 

2. Men At Work/Columbia 

3. The Police /A&M 

4. Duran Duran/Capitol 

5. Def Leppard/ Mercury 

6. Journey/Columbia 

7. Hall & Oates/RCA 

8. Alabama/RCA 

9. Lionel Richie/Motown 
10. Prince/Warner Bros. 



New Pop Artists*/** 

1. Culture Club/ Virgin-Epic 

2. Thomas Dolby/Capitol 

3. The Fixx/MCA 

4. Debarge/Gordy 

5. ABC /Mercury 



Top Country Artists*/** 

1. Alabama/RCA 

2. Willie Nelson/Columbia 

3. Ricky Skaggs/Epic 

4. Hank Williams Jr./Warner 

5. The Bellamy Brothers/ 
Warner 

6. Merle Haggard/Epic 

7. Conway Twitty/Electra 

8. Kenny Rogers/Liberty 

9. The Oak Ridge Boys/MCA 
10. Janie Fricke/Columbia 



Top Pop Albums* 

1. Thriller — Michael Jackson 

2. Business As Usual — Men 
At Work 

3. Synchronicity — The Police 

4. H20 — Hall & Oates 

5. 1999 — Prince 

6. Lionel Richie — Lionel 
Richie 

7. Jane Fonda's Workout 
Record — Jane Fonda 

8. Pyromania — Def Leppard 

9. Kissing To Be Clever — 
Culture Club 

10. Olivia's Greatest Hits, Vol. 
2 — Olivia Newton-John 



Top Singles Pop* 

1. Every Breath You Take — 

The Police 

2. Billie Jean — Michael 
Jackson 

3. Flashdance — What A Feel- 
ing — Irene Cara 

4. Down Under — Men At 
Work 

5. Beat It — Michael Jackson 

6. Total Eclipse of the Heart — 
Bonnie Tyler 

7. Maneater — Hall & Oates 

8. Baby Come To Me — Patti 
Autsin with James Ingram 

9. Maniac — Michael Sembello 
10. Sweet Dreams (Are Made 

of This) — Eurvthmics 



Top Black Artists*/** 

1. Michael Jackson/Epic 

2. Marvin Gaye/Columbia 

3. Lionel Richie/Motown 

4. MTUME/Epic 

5. Rick James/Gordy 

6. Debarge/Gordy 

7. George Clinton/Capitol 

8. Prince/Warner Bros. 

9. The Gap Band /Total 
Experience 

10. Luther Vandross/Epic 



Top Videogames* 


1. Pitfall 


2. Frogger 


3. Ms. Pac-Man 


4. River Raid 


5. Centipede 


Top Pop Album 


Soundtrack /Original Cast 


1. Flashdance — Soundtrack 


2. Staying Alive — Soundtrack 


3. Return of the Jedi — Sound- 


track 


4. An Officer and a Gentleman 


— Soundtrack 


5. Cats — Original Broadway 


Cast 



* c 1983 by Billboard Publications, Inc. Compiled by The Billboard 
Research Department and reprinted with permission." 



Combined LP's and Singles 



over, one-half inch on top and a braided ponytail, or 
cropped to stand up straight and dyed any color of 
the rainbow. Dancewear, skin-tight leather, oriental 
logos and three-piece suits were worn by even the 
most sophisticated clothing connoiseur. 

It could have been said that the music industry 
took an evolutionary step forward in the eighties 
with MTV, Michael Jackson and groups from Ger- 
many Australia and Great Britain causing a tidal 
wave with punk, new wave and hard rock in 
American's hearts. One thing could not be disputed. 
Music and people's love for it went hand-in-hand to 
new horizons. 




WANTED 

Wanted: Caring people, will- 
ing to have fun, fellowship and 
have an eagerness to meet 
new people and make new 
friends. Also, a desire to find 
out who you are as a person 
and who created you. If inter- 
ested, contact any Christian 
organization on campus. 



Many students applied to this "make-believe" ad 
during their time at the University and found 
through the various Christian organizations a com- 
fortable, at-home atmosphere. 

The Christian organizations, which consist of the 
Wesley Methodist Foundation, Campus Crusade for 
Christ, Inter- Varsity, the Catholic-Newman Center, 
Christian Student Fellowship, Baptist Student 
Union, Navigators and the Westminister Fellow- 
ship, offer a wide variety of activities that reach 
within the organization as well as reaching outward 
to the campus and community. Sign language 
classes, visiting nursing homes, delivery of meals- 
on-wheels to the elderly and shut-ins and aerobic 
classes are just a few areas of interest. Attending 
weekend retreats are a welcomed event sponsored 
by the organizations, whether it be to a nearby 
town, far-off Gatlinburg, or the beach, it provides a 



Below: Roses are red, violets are blue, put 
on your dancing shoes at the Methodist 
Center's Valentines Day Dance. 





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getaway from the pressures of school. 
Dances, recreational activities, mov- 
ies, roller skating, etc. — there is no 
end to the array of fun. But just as 
there is a carefree side to life so also is 
there a serious side that follows. From 
small Bible studies to large group 
gatherings, it is all offered with one 
purpose in mind — learning and shar- 
ing the news of Jesus Christ. 

Whether these organizations are 
participating in a social or spiritual 
matter, or maybe just sitting around 
in one of the Christian centers, fel- 
lowshipping with others with a com- 
mon bond, it is a growing trend 
among Eastern students. 





Left: The Catholic-Newman Center entertains the fellowship of students and hungry stom- 
achs as they prepare for their spaghetti dinner. Above: Prayer, studying the Bible and just 
sharing with one another are some aspects that bond Christians together. 



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A CELEBRATION OF 




nstmas 



. . .here I am, sitting alone in my dorm room, 
watching another Christmas Special. It's hard 
to believe this is already December and the 
holiday season is approaching. I feel far re- 
moved from the excitement and the anticipa- 
tion. Instead, my mind is on other things — 
final exams and just wanting to get out of this 
place. I need a break; to regroup and think 
about what these holidays are all about. 
. . .the snow gets me into the holiday spirit. I 
don't know why, but I get excited about just 
seeing and tasting the snow flakes. 
. . .Christmas caroling is what I like to do best of 
all. I love to sing songs that get people into the 
holiday mood. I like to see their smiles. That is 
what Christmas is all about — sharing, smiling, 
being with friends and family. Coming back to 
someone's home for hot chocolate and home- 
made cookies ends a great evening of caroling. 
. . .decorations everywhere, on the street, in the 
house, in offices, stores and schools. It makes 
me know that this is not just another time of 
year — there is a special aire about it. I hear the 
jingle bells sound. I see the wreaths. I smell the 
Christmas trees and the fresh baked goodies. 
There's definitely something in the air. 
. . .1 look forward to seeing the live nativity 
scene many churches put on each year. It puts 
me into the frame of mind of what Christmas 
really is. And I try and think of how Mary and 
Joseph must have felt on the blessed night of 
baby Jesus' birth. But the best part is that He 
grew up to become a man — A hope for tomor- 
row and a reason for today. 

Christmas — A Celebration with: friends, 
students, co-workers, and family. 

Christmas — A Celebration of: Jesus Christ, 
sharing, giving, joy, family, and life. 

Christmas — A Celebration of Love. 

Inset photos by Paul Lambert. 



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NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENTS 



Wiser with Age 



Non-traditional students, who 
are they? Non-traditional stu- 
dents are those students who 
wait several years after complet- 
ing high school or after taking a 
few college classes to complete 
their college education. They 
come back to school for a variety 
of reasons such as for better job 
opportunities, to fulfill goals, 
and to be involved. These stu- 
dents do have different problems 
in comparison to the traditional 
student. Conflicts at home, ad- 
justment to the college atmos- 
phere, and acceptance by those 
around them are concerns of the 
non-traditional students. 

Due to the delay in returning 
to school, many non-traditional 
students have families and home 
responsibilities that must be at- 
tended to while they further 
their education. Non-traditional 
students find that they have to 
use time efficiently in order to 
get their daily activities done. 
College also conflicts with the 
time they can spend with their 
families. Mrs. Pat Bowen ad- 
mitted that her two children 
"didn't like their mother study- 
ing all the time." Families are 
usually supportive of their col- 
lege student. Parents attending 
college also set good examples 
for their elementary and high 
school children. Mrs. Barbara 
Randolf said that her children 
"expected her to do well in col- 
lege, and they try harder because 
of her example." 

Time and family adjustments 

Right: Jean Winburn uses University facilities, 
such as the Powell Building for studying, in 
the same manner that other students would. 



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are only a small part of the ad- 
justment problems non-tradi- 
tional students face. They must 
adjust to younger students, to 
studying again, and to college 
procedure. Mrs. Jean Winburn 
admits she had trouble finding 
out about and going through dif- 
ferent administrative procedures 
when she first started school, but 
with the help of Mrs. Jacqueline 
Maki and Dr. Martha Conaway 
she has learned the administra- 
tive procedures and learned how 
to study again. 

Adjusting to the students is 
less of a problem than the non- 
traditional students expect. Non- 
traditional students think that 
they will be out of place, before 
they come to college, and not be 
accepted by the other students. 
Mrs. Regina Schultz thinks "that 
other students treat us (the non- 
traditional) like one of them and 
in certain situations they look up 
to older students." Non-tradi- 



tional students and other stu- 
dents study together and occa- 
sionally participate in other ac- 
tivities together. 

Non-traditional students 
make up a small percentage of 
the total University population, 
but they add to the learning ex- 
perience. The traditional stu- 
dents are getting to meet and ad- 
just to a larger variety of people 
with the existence of non-tradi- 
tional students at the University. 
The non-traditional students do 
have a lot of knowledge and ex- 
perience to share with the other 
students and faculty, after all an 
important part of a college edu- 
cation is being involved with 
other people. 





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'Royal Winnipeg IBallet 



The Royal Winnipeg Ballet is Canada's oldest ex- 
isting professional ballet company. They were 
formed in 1939 and received their royal title in 1953. 
Not only has the ballet company been awarded in- 
ternational acclaim, they have also won numerous 
awards for elegance, choreography, artistic achieve- 
ment, piano accompaniments, and performances. 
Artistic director, Arnold Spohr was given the Annu- 
al Dancemagazine Award for Outstanding contribu- 
tions to the world of dance. 

Five of the 34 ballets from the company's reper- 
toire were performed beginning with LES PATIN- 
EURS. The grace and fun was simulated in this bal- 
let as it was centered at an ice-skating rink in the 
ninteenth century. 

After brief intermission ALLEGRO BRILLANTE 
was presented. The thirteen minute ballet is set to 
the 1st Movement of Tchaikovsky's unfinished 3rd 
Piano Concerto. The beauty and grace was accented 
by the pale pastel colors in the costumes. 

The simple costumes of LE CORSAIRE PAS DE 



DEUX lent credibility to the storyline. The three act 
ballet is based upon Lord Byron's Poem 'The Cor- 
saire.' Solar, an Eastern Slave, tries to win the love of 
a beautiful vision through high leaps of adoration. 

The ballet LENTO, A TEMPO E APASSIONATTA 
was accompanied by a piano. The powerful jumps 
and lifts blended with the three Scriabin pieces to 
carry the audience to a height of excitement weaved 
by the dancers' intricate moves and the lighting 
details. Appreciation was bountiful with several 
curtain calls and a bouquet of roses for the ballerina. 

RODEO tells the story of a tomboyish Cowgirl 
hopelessly in love with the Head Wrangler at the 
Burnt Ranch. As the Cowgirl dances to catch his eye 
and win him over, the Wrangler is roped by a pretty 
girl in skirts. Square dancing brought the entire 
company together as a renegade wrangler catches 
our tomboy's eye with his own dance style. Ending 
on a positive note where the cowboys' get their girls, 
the audience was fast to show their appreciation 
with several minutes of applause. 





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MARRIED STUDENTS 



Double The Education 



It takes many types of students 
to make up a university. Com- 
muters, full and part-time stu- 
dents, as well as graduates, come 
together to form this varied and 
intricate community. But seldom 
remembered is yet another facet 
of the university: the married 
students. These students, who 
live both on and off campus, 
have managed to combine two 
lives: the life of a student and 
their own married lives. 

"Being married and going to 
school means learning to budget 
your time," said Kent Miller, an 
education major. "My day is 
planned and I don't have much 
free time." Miller lives in the 
Universitv trailers with his wife 
Dana, and two year-old daugh- 
ter, Brooke. 

Many married students spend 
much of their free time studying. 
Andrea Johnson, a nursing major 
said, "My studving gets done late 
at night. When you have a small 
child and a husband to take care 
of, you study when you can." 

Tom Son, a history and philos- 
ophy major said, "In the dorm 
there wasn't anything to keep 
me from studying. Now I would 
enjoy spending time with my 
wife instead." 

Even though studying is an 
important part of any student's 
life, married students must also 
cope with the idea of learning to 
live together. 

"Patience is important in mar- 
riage," said Kim Whittenberg. 
Her husband Scott agreed, "It's 
hard to come home and realize 
vour spouse may have had a 
hard day. You need to find time to 
talk with each other." 



In order to have time to spend 
with each other, one couple 
scheduled a German class to- 
gether. Another couple enjoys 
the time they spend for lunch 
each day. This enables these stu- 
dents to balance their time to- 
gether. 

Being married and being a 
full-time student requires a lot of 
hard work, but there are advan- 
tages. Living in university hous- 
ing is one example. 

Dana and Kent Miller, who 
have lived in the trailers since 
May '83, agreed that it is very 
economical. "It is very nice living 
near other married couples with 
children," said Dana. "Everyone 



is in the same situation and the 
children are in a good atmo- 
sphere. We take turns babysit- 
ting for each other." 

Tom and Natalie Son, who live 
off campus, enjoy the privacy of 
living in an apartment. It is as 
economical for them to live off 
campus, as it is to live on cam- 
pus. 

The relative inexpense of uni- 
versity housing is actually only 
secondary to the concerns of the 
married students. The happiness 
of being able to have both their 
education and each other is the 
real reward. 




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Lower Left: Tom and Natalie Son enjoy 
their German class together. Left: Brock- 
ton residents Kim and Scott Whitten- 
berg find time to spend together during 
a hectic week of classes. Below: Dana 
and Brooke Miller enjoy a bedtime story 
while husband Kent studies. 




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BRIEFLY SPEAKING 

A brief look at what was 
and what could have been 
at the University in 1984. 




LOOK BUT DON'T TOUCH 
Born To Richmond 

Many university students yearned for home-baked 
goodies from hometown bakeries, or for an eat-in dough- 
nut establishment. In January 1984, the Donut Brake was 
delivered to Mahaffey Drive (behind Taco Tico), dough- 
nuts and all. A favorite special was a 2-for-l price on all 
baked goods after 8:00 p.m. mmmmmmmm 
goodmmmmmmgood!!! 



Roses are red 

Violets are blue 

Touch that flower 

And I'll arrest you 

There is nothing more heavenly 
than the scent of blossoms that 
someone special hands you. Beware 
though, you could be an accomplice 
to a crime. The charge is criminal 
mischief for picking a little bud 
planted on university property. 
Those of you who cackle at the 
thought won't as you are escorted 
on a complete tour of the local judi- 
cial system and then presented be- 
fore the disciplinary board. The next 
time you are lucky enough to get 
flowers, do not accept them if thev 
are still connected to their roots — 
this is a dead give away — or unless 
they are wrapped in the green tissue 
paper used by florists. I do wonder 
though, are all charges dropped if 
the flowers were dead! 



2,520,000 Pages 

Currently the University's yearbook has the largest 
press run in the state with 7,500 copies printed and 
delivered each spring. In case you are interested, there 
are 536 cases with 14 books per case in the shipment. 
Each book weighs 4.2 pounds and the total weight is 
31,500 pounds. 



SO YOU WANT A JOB. 



Opportunity Knocks! 

You could be the proud recipient of a new job if 
you are an education major. Career Development 
and Placement has an ongoing program called 
the Colonel Connection. This service takes job 
inquiries from the surrounding counties and 
states and coordinates them with students, in 
mid-summer, who have completed a teaching 
degree. So the next time you wonder what the 
future has to hold for you, just ask someone in 
the CD&P office and you could be on the way to 
the job of your choice. 



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What was that number? 

The next time you see a tree 
trimmed in that everyday sub- 
stance — toilet paper — remember 
that in a 12-month period, the 
amount "consumed" at the Univer- 
sity is 288,000 ROLLS. If that doesn't 
get you, each roll has 70.3 square 
feet and the new figure becomes 
20,246,400, yes, million square 
feet!!!! 



Buck Rogers Move Over 

Remember the old comic books of 
astronauts flying through space on a 
jet pack. Well, on February 7th it 
was just like a page from one of 
those old books. Two American as- 
tronauts floated freely through 
space with the greatest of ease. Look 
ma, no ropes! 




SUITCASING STILL CONTINUES 
II II ' ■ 




Where's the Beef? 

To be "hip" in the seventies you spouted off phrases 
like "keep on truckin," "far out," "cool," and "right on." 
These were said at least once an hour to be "with it." The 
eighties new "in" vocabulary sounds like this. "Can we 
talk," "grow up," "chill out," and "get a grip," could have 
been just some of the phrases heard while passing 
through the Powell Building. Who knows, in five years 
perhaps even these phrases will sound silly to people 
who used them. Know what I mean, Vern? 



New Recreation Spot! 

On December 27, 1983, Commonwealth and Todd 
halls were the recipients of extensive water damage with 
the latter sustaining the heaviest losses. The problem 
seemed to be that the pipes froze and burst over the 
semester break. Brian Owens, Todd Hall's director re- 
turned to find water pouring into his apartment and ice 
everywhere. Look at it this way Brian, we all paid for 
rooms, but you got an indoor skating rink and pool for 
free! 



NO COMMENT! 



Eat up, soup's on. 

If you eat on the meal plan or enjoy the cuisine at the 
Powell eateries, then these numbers may astound you. In 
one year the food service personnel prepare for our con- 
sumption 75 tons of hotdogs, five tons of popcorn, 105 
tons of hamburgers, 90 tons of chicken, and 80 tons of 
fish. That's a lotta meat. To satisfy your french fry crav- 
ings, five trailer truckloads (semi's) are prepared. Don't 
ask how much catsup was used or the caloric values of 
those potato sticks. Once you have eaten the meat and 
veggie, you will need to quench your thirst. Six trailer 
truckloads of coke syrup are swallowed by the Universi- 
ty in a year. Talk about the big gulp!!! 



A NEW STUDY METHOD— OSMOSIS 




Student Life 65 



Briefly Speaking, Cont'd, 



BRRRRRRRRR 

Part of the magic of winter would 
have to be the first snowfall. In Jan- 
uary, EKU was hit with an unex- 
pected six inches worth. Many stu- 
dents enjoyed the cold, wet, white 
stuff as they ventured into the ra- 
vine to play as they did when they 
were not quite as mature. As long as 
there is snow, there will be children 
like ourselves to play in it. 

Complaint Department 

You always hear someone com- 
plaining that freshmen should not 
be allowed to have cars on campus. 
Think about this. During the '68-'69 
school year, freshmen could have 
cars BUT could not use them during 
the week without permission from 
security, and then the owner had to 
check his own auto out and back in 
when he was finished. Why both- 
er!? 

Did you know? 

Every Thursday 9,000 copies of 
the Eastern Progress are read or cut 
up for coupons and Kevin Grimm 
cartoons? 



Could you hold, 
please? 

Is your roommate selling 
your clothes? Is the washing 
machine eating your quarters 
but giving no wash? Have the 
roaches borrowed your food-o- 
matic card again and made 
your balance zero? Are you 
simply tired of the old college 
run around? Never fear, the 
Student Association has come 
to the rescue again with its 
telephone Gripeline. This 24- 
hour service was designed last 
fall to alleviate those burdens 
that can face us daily. 

66 Student Life 




WINTER WONDERLAND 



CONSERVE 

Every time you leave your room 
lights on unnecessarily, you contrib- 
ute to the $165,000.00 electric bill 
the University pays each month. By 
the way, the water bill is $45,000.00 
and the gas bill is $48,000.00 per 
month. Contributions are taken the 
first of each semester. 



AMERICA'S FIRST 




History made 
Kentucky style! 

While many of the surrounding 
states held elections, Kentucky was 
in the national limelight with their 
own. Democrat Martha Layne Col- 
lins was running against Republi- 
can Jim Bunning for the state's high- 
est office — the governorship. Col- 
lins literally took her opponent to 
the cleaners via the voting booth, 
winning soundly by 82,883 votes. 
Locally, Madison Countians voted 
her into office by an 861- 
vote margin. On campus, 
462 voters turned out, 
and again Collins won 
with 242 votes. Can po- 
litical history be made 
again in the national elec- 
tions? We'll have to wait 
and see. 



Checkout time 

Six years ago, the 
University came to 
grips with its open 
house policies. During 
the 78-79 school year, 
participants of evening 
visitation could actual- 
ly close their doors and 
enjoy some privacy. 
Imagine what it would 
be like trying to have a 
"sincere" conversation 
with the door open! 




No, we don't engrave boyfriends. 



Isn't that my . . . 

Do you know where your stereo is? Has your digital 
clock radio walked off lately? If it has, can you identify it? 
All of the dorms held a special Operation Identification 
day when security personnel were more than happy to 
engrave those irreplaceable valuables with the students' 
social security number. So whether it's your Sony Walk- 
man or your Gucci loafers, put your personal John Han- 
cock on them and keep them. 



Logical Thinking 

Since the beginning of 
the state police in 1948, 
there has never been a 
mounted patrolman. At 
one time, however, mo- 
torcycles were used. The 
question is, why is there a 
statue of a mounted state 
patrolman in front of the 
Perkins Building? Beats 
us. 



Roll Call 

In the fall of 1982, every 
county in Kentucky was re- 
presented at the University 
except Hickman, Lyon, Car- 
lisle, and Edmonson. One-hundred twenty-two students 
represented 33 foreign countries also, including Kuwait, 
Greece, and Communist China. We must have a great 
deal to offer in order for these students to leave their 
homelands. 

Can I rent a rose for an hour or two? 





Dependent — Not Me! 

Every year the most visible human dependency comes 
to the surface — cigarette smoking. No one wants to ad- 
mit being held hostage by a little four inch stick. In 
November, the Great American Smokeout was held on a 
voluntary basis. Most smokers participated to prove to 
others and themselves that they could do it. Pencils were 
chewed, gum was chomped, and roomies left town for 
the day. I'm waiting for the day when we have the Great 
American Caffeine Free Day. Where's my soft drink— 
NOW!!! 

Student Life 67 



CD& P 



Makes the Transition Easier 







Through a mock interview, Art Harvey tries to show the students how 
CD&P can help improve their business etiquette and communication 
skills. 



They say the hardest thing 
next to getting married is gradu- 
ating from college. The point is, 
it doesn't have to be so hard. That 
is why Career Development and 
Placement is here. This office, lo- 
cated in the Jones Building, has 
been helping seniors, under- 
graduates, and alumni look and 
prepare for jobs since 1922. Until 
the seventies, this was mostly 
teacher-oriented. 

Today CD&P has matured into 
one of the most influential parts 
of the student's college life. Part 
of the reason for this is Kurt Zim- 
merman, the Director of Career 
Development and Placement. 



"Our job is to attract the prospec- 
tive buyer to the best possible 
product he can receive — the 
graduating senior," said Mr. Zim- 
merman. This is the placement 
side of CD&P. 

The Career Development side 
basically orients the undergrad- 
uate toward understanding the 
relationship between academics 
and career. "We are the people 
who cultivate the employers. 
Our job is to assist the student in 
the marriage of academics and 
career placement opportunities," 
said Zimmerman. 

A few of the services provided 



by CD&P are workshops, mock 
interviews, and a data bank of 
possible career choices. CD&P 
provides an excellent chance for 
students to become acquainted 
with the job market and the 
many things expected of them as 
they enter. It is here to make the 
transition from college to the 
working world that much easier. 
Taking advantage of these ser- 
vices may make the difference 
between losing a job and having 
that extra edge on the next grad- 
uate. After all, it is your future 
and your future is what you 
make it. 



CO-OP 



Theory and Practice Combined 




Sarah Bowling, a senior from Radcliff, Ky, is just one of the personal success 
stories that used Co-op to assist in her new broadcasting job. 



One of the things we want out of life is a 
good job. So what do we do? We grow up and go 
through twelve years of schooling, and then try 
to supplement the previous education with col- 
lege. All this in an effort to do one thing, to 
prepare us for life and a job. All this sounds 
fine, but college isn't the only place to look! A 
relative goldmine that we inadvertently over- 
look beckons us to see what we are missing. 
This is the world of Cooperative Education, or, 
put simply Co-op. 

Located in room 417 of the Jones Building, 
Co-op is a special service provided by EKU to 
help orient students with the working world 
and the things expected of them while they 
serve in that world. 

Co-op also provides the student with a po- 
tential job after college work. The extra incen- 
tive would be that you can receive college credit 
for working at a co-op job site. One basic and 
yet overlooked advantage would have to be the 
priceless work experience that you gain by be- 
ing in the program. After all, anyone can get a 
job, but it takes someone with that extra zest for 
life to get the job they have always wanted! 




Kathleen Hoagland displays the excellent business skills that will eventually carry her to the top. Lisa Lake proves that a little knowledge can be 

the key to success. 



Student Life 69 



GRADUATION 



A NEW BEGINNING 



oDear oDiary; 

LJnce upon a time U came to college, 
an eager, naive, ana terrified mess, ana 
began a journey that was supposed to end 
lour years later, but actually tooh five to 
complete. 

_ "t heat u sign of relief uorks its way 
up from my insides as the future — my 
future — looms in front of me. Uhe 
visions of marriage, mortgages, insurance, 
children, and a membership at the country 
club dance in my head as U am handed 
the old sheepskin. tiiif conscience is tell- 
ing me that it S time to step out of this 
cocoon catted college and into the real 
world, fcemember when we thought this 
was the real world . cJjad is as proud as a 
peacock. Hlorn is crying again. ( ll'hy do 
mothers always cry./ 

f- aching seems to take forever. *Jr don t 
think my diploma wilt took right hanging 
next to my Ljarfietd flap ^-ittack post- 
er, f- utting the last of my Ljo vSlQ C. 
momenfos awau seems so final. ZJhat word 
final conjures up visions of allnighiers, 
counseling sessions with the night hostess, 
pizzas, and anything with caffeine in it. 
I low tt just means no more 8:00 classes, 
library Sessions, boring professors, football 
games, and friends. Irriends — well we 
said we would stay in touch, but life goes 
on and So must we. Uhe time has come to 
say Lfoodbue. 

Ljoodbue, feig C, — take it easy. 
— Ljraduate 



Right: The ravine lends itself to summer 
graduation ceremonies with its beautiful sce- 
ne rv. 




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Photos bv Paul Lambert 



Dr. Kenneth Perry, university 
alumnus, gave the 1,300 May 
graduates the commencement 
address. 

Dr. A. D. Albright, president- 
emeritus of Northern Kentucky 
University, gave the summer 
commencement address to 498 
graduates. This brought the uni- 
versity's total number of con- 
ferred degrees to 51,433 since 
1909. 



Left: May graduates prepare to line up as fam- 
ily members look on. Below: Anita Johnson, a 
N'ursing major from Corbin, Kv, received the 
university's 50,000th degree during May com- 










Student Life 71 



Students participated in 
sports for various reasons: 
scholarships, self-expres- 
sion, involvement, or mere 
enjoyment, but for all it was 
a matter of pride to partici- 
pate. 




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Just An Ordinary 
Season 




The 1983 football season saw 
the Colonels win their third con- 
secutive Ohio Valley Conference 
title and finish the regular season 
with a record of 7-2-1. Losing to 
Boston University 24-20 in the 
first round of the NCAA playoffs 
ended the Colonel's hopes for a 
fifth consecutive trip to the 
championship game. To most 
teams, their successful season 
would be a major accomplish- 
ment. But to Colonel players and 
fans, it was just an ordinary sea- 
son. 

Maybe this team wasn't as 
good as last year's team in talent 
or experience, but it did find a 
way to win. One of the things 
that helped this team overcome a 
lack of experience and talent was 
their outstanding defense. 

The defense had just two play- 
ers returning from last year's 
championship team. Somehow, 
Coach Joe Blankenship and the 
rest of the Colonel defensive 
strategists were able to combine 
freshmen with experienced 
backups to form one of the coun- 
try's best defenses. As a group, 
the "Dead Zone" and company 
held opponents to an average of 
270 yards per game. 

It was the first true defensive 
test for the Colonels. The Uni- 
versity of Akron came to Hanger 
Field with their "all-everything" 
running back, James Black. 

The Colonels were leading 10- 
5 and Akron had the ball on their 
own 32-yard line. The Zips 
marched the ball to the Colonel 
one-yard line. With a fourth- 
and-goal, the Zips gave the ball 
to Black who went over the line. 
He was stopped. The Colonel's 
defense had arrived. 



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Then came Middle Tennessee, ranked 17th in Division I- 
AA. Middle came into the game leading the nation in 
scoring with an average of 49 points per game. EKU quar- 
terback Pat Smith turned in his most impressive perfor- 
mance of the year, hitting 10 of 16 passes for 78 yards. The 
defense proved itself again, holding the Raiders to only 
seven points in a 14-7 win. 

WKYT-TVof Lexington came to town to cover the 58th 
meeting between Eastern and the Western Kentucky Hill- 
toppers. Playing in a driving rain, the Colonels held their 
rivals to just 113 yards of total offense to their 284. The 
Toppers came back in the fourth quarter to score and end 
the game in a 10-10 tie. 

Next, the Colonels traveled to Murray State to face the 
Racers. Murray capitalized on numerous Colonel turn- 
overs and mistakes in route to a 23-10 victory The loss 
ended the Colonel's string of 22 consecutive OVC wins — an 
Ohio Valley Conference record. 

In one of their best offensive games of the season, EKU 




Above: Stanley Tyson (56) and Mike McShane (54) stop a Western player for short 
yardage. Western ended the Colonel's home winning streak with a 10-10 tie. Above 
right: Sophomore Simon Codrington signals a touchdown. Codrington saw consid- 
erable playing time this year Right: Terence Thompson goes over the top for a 
touchdown. 





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76 Sports/Football 




defeated Tennessee Tech 24-7, 
before traveling to Tallahas- 
see to meet Florida A&M. 
Mistakes and penalties were, 
once again the enemy of the 
Colonels as the Moccasins 
stung the team 35-10. Terence 
Thompson picked up 100 
yards giving him a career to- 
tal of 2,940 yards. Then came 
Boston. Then came the rain. 
Then came to the loss. 

"I don't really know what 
to say," commented Tron 
Armstrong, after the loss to 
Boston. "Deep down it's just 
kind of empty. But I'll tell you 
one thing. This program isn't 
over. We can't win it every 
year. 

Left: Freshman Barry Cox runs around 
the end of the line. Cox had 213 yards 
against Tennessee Tech. Below: The Colo- 
nel defense stops Akron University's "all- 
everything" James Black. Black was aver- 
aging over 100 yards a game before play- 
ing EKU. The Colonels were the first team 
to hold him under 100 yards. 




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Sports /Football 77 



Right: Linebacker Terry Simmons leaps after 
an Austin Peay runner. Eastern beat AP 31-14. 
Below: Terence Thompson breaks away from 
East Tennessee tacklers. Thompson had 906 
yards on the year. 




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Top: William May tackles East Tennessee State's quarterback. East- 
ern beat ETSU 21-15. Left: Two Austin Peay defenders try to keep 
Rick Campbell out of their backfield. Above: Mike McShane tack- 
les Austin Peay QB Rob Christophel. McShane was one of two 
returning starters on the Colonel defense this year. 



Sports /Football/ 79 



Below: Jaime Lovett kick* one of his 13 field-god* for 
the •eaaon. Right: Memben of the Colonel detente cele- 
brate after holding an opponent out of the endzone. 
Fred Harvey and Jeff Walker team up for a 
tackle. 





Opponent 

East Tenn. 
Youngstown 
Akron 
Austin Peay 
Middle Tenn. 
Western Ky 
Murray St. 
Tenn. Tech 
Morehead St. 
Florida A&M 
Boston Univ. 



EKU 


OPP 


21 


15 


28 


23 


10 


5 


31 


14 


14 


7 


10 


10 


10 


23 


24 


7 


56 





10 


35 


20 


24 




Top: Fans applaud the Colonels efforts. Above: Eric Ingram extends to tip the 
ball from the hands of an awaiting opponent. Left: David Hensley leaps for 
yardage. 



Sports/Football 81 



Below: Rain couldn't keep the die-hard Colonel fans away. 
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ton Bottom: Terence Thompson scoots into the endzone for one 
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Boston Rains on Colonel's Parade 




It all happened so slowly. Colonel Pat Smith 
dropped back in the pocket with only seconds 
remaining in the game. Smith unleashed a 45- 
yard pass to a group of receivers in the end- 
zone. The ball bounced and bounced before 
falling to the rain-soaked ground. Eastern lost. 
No championship this year. 

The Colonel's season ended on that play. 
They had just lost to Boston University 24-20 in 
an opening-round playoff game. Despite horri- 
ble conditions and a talented opponent, the 
Colonels fought to the end. 

It didn't look like Boston would be competi- 
tion for the Colonels when Tony James took the 
game's opening kickoff 98-yards for a touch- 
down. But Boston came growling back. The Ter- 
riers, thanks to three Colonel fumbles, scored 
three times to lead 21-7. The Colonels added a 
field goal before the half. 

"I kinda knew this team wasn't as good as the 
teams we had the past four years, but this dyn- 
asty isn't over," said Colonel mentor Roy Kidd. 




Above Left: Viewing was difficult for the WTBS television crew that 
televised the game. Left: Tony James slips and falls on the wet field. James 
returned the game's opening kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown. Above: 
Boston's Paul Lewis struggles for yardage against the Colonels. 



Sports /Football 83 



Colonels Take a Big Step Forward 



After the last home game of the season, Colonel 
head basketball coach Max Good took the PA system 
and talked to the crowd in Alumni Coliseum. In the 
short speech, Good summed up the season for his 
team. 

Good thanked the fans for their support and told 
them that he will produce a winning program. That 
is what Max Good has worked and strived for since 
he took over the head coaching position. 

This season was just one more step taken towards 
that winning program. Good produced a 5-21 season 
his first year as coach. The Colonels were 10-17 last 
year and 11-16 this year. He has improved every 
year. 

The Colonels faced Auburn with Charles Barkley 
and Memphis State with Keith Lee and company. 
Both of these teams were nationally-ranked. They 
also faced Xavier University who beat Marquette 
and Dayton who topped DePaul University. 

"We over-scheduled," said Good. "We thought that 
the tough schedule would reap us benefits down the 
road. It will allow us to attract quality athletes to 
play here." 

Don't get out the crying towel for the Colonels 
just yet. They may have had a losing season, but 
there were some bright spots. There were rays of 
sunlight through the dark clouds. 





84 Sports/Men's Basketball 




Opposite page top: Phil Hill struggles for a 
rebound. Left: John Decamillis leads the 
cheers after the Colonel's upset victory over 
Western Kentucky. Below: Phil Hill tips in a 
rebound. 




Opposite page bottom: Head coach Max Good 
directs his team from the sidelines. Left: Fresh- 
man sensation Tony Parris shoots over some 
defenders. Parris led the nation in scoring for 
freshmen. 



Sports/Men's Basketball 85 



Tony Parris Tops Nation 
in Freshmen Scoring 

Freshman sensation Tony Parris led the nation in 
scoring for freshmen. He had an 18.4 point per game 
average. His high game of the year was 28 points 
against Xavier. 

"His physical abilities jump at you," said Good. 
"He is amazingly consistent. He is awfully good 
with a chance to get better. He is a tough chore to 
stop." 

Assistant coach Ferguson also brought in two ju- 
nior college transfers who performed well. Phil Hill, 
from Mt. Olive Junior College was the top field goal 
percentage shooter in the OVC with an average of 
59%. John Primm, from Cumberland Junior College 
had an 8.4 per game rebound average which ranked 
him in the top two in the league. 

Another bright spot for the Colonels was the play 
of sophomore John DeCamillis. DeCamillis had a 
school-record 15 assists against Kentucky State and 
averaged over six assists a game. 

"Our players played hard," said Good. "Our play- 
ers respond to hard work. We're not far away (from 
being a contender). We need more inside players 
and a little more depth." 








Top: Tony Parris shows the form that allowed him to lead the nation in scoring tor freshmen. Above, FRONT ROW: David Hagan, Phil Rison, Keith Smith. 
SECOND ROW: Asst. coach John Ferguson, Asst. coach Rob Long, Tony Parris, Frank Baines, Dexter Santos, Allen Feldhaus, John DeCamillis, Head Coach 
Max Good, Grad. Asst. Brad Stanley BACK ROW: Grad. Asst. Danny Haney, Dave Dixon, Maurice Smith, Mike Budzinski, Art Hanson, Scott Daniels, John 
Primm, Phil Hill, Kenny Wilson, Trainer Dave Green. 



86 Sports /Men's Basketball 



tz Left: Frank Baines applies some 
tough defense. 
Thompson 




Kenny Wilson and John Primm block a Morehead State player's shot. 



Phil Hill, one of the "Surgeons of Slam, "slams one through. 



Sports/Men's Basketball 87 



Below: Not only could Tony Parris score, he could play defense. 
Right: Frank Baines looks for an open teammate to pass to Bottom: 
Kenny Wilson makes trouble for this opponent. Wilson always 
guarded the opponent's best scorer. 





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Sports /Men's Basketball 



EKU 


Opponent 


OPP 


65 


Cincinnati 


68 


92 


Wilmington 


55 


65 


N. Kentucky 


59 


50 


Xavier 


55 


63 


Vanderbilt 


105 


63 


Samford 


65 


60 


Auburn 


100 


50 


Memphis State 


82 


62 


Dayton 


69 


60 


Valpraiso 


55 


58 


Tenn. Tech 


70 


63 


Middle Tenn. 


58 


75 


Indiana S.E. 


60 


60 


Murray State 


66 


54 


Austin Peay 


59 


60 


Western Ky. 


58 


64 


Akron 


73 


61 


Youngstown St. 


75 


60 


Morehead St. 


65 


86 


Akron 


77 


47 


Youngstown St. 


46 


62 


Kentucky State 


56 


44 


Tenn. Tech 


61 


61 


Middle Tenn. 


64 


71 


Murray State 


54 


69 


Austin Peay 


57 


68 


Morehead State 


75 










Left: Allen Feldhaus passes off. Below: Tony Parris, from Chattanooga, 
Tennessee, drives the lane. Parris has a 46-inch vertical jump. 




Left: John DeCamillis drives against Morehead State DeCamillis had a 
school-record 15 assists against Kentucky State. 



Sports/Men's Basketball 89 



Lady Colonels Make OVC Tournament 



"This is the best team we've had since I've been 
coaching here at Eastern," commented EKU coach 
Dianne Murphy. Many factors contributed to the 
success of the 1984 Women's basketball program. At 
the beginning of the season, high goals were set, 
and the journey of reaching those goals began. East- 
ern faced one of its toughest schedules since enter- 
ing the Ohio Valley Conference and becoming an 
NCAA Division I school. 

Defense has been the key aspect in the strength of 
the team. Eastern had an excellent defensive team, 
not only with the starting five, but with a very 
sound bench that contributed much to the team. 
Although the Colonels were plagued with injuries 
early in the season, the team healed their wounds 
and became stronger toward the end of the season 
when it counted the most. Throughout the regular 
season, the Colonels lost five games under four 
points. Every single game proved challenging for 
the Colonel team. 




Above: Coach Murphy tries to calm her team from the sidelines. 




FRONT ROW: Freda Hagan, Lois Buntyn, Karen Evans, Diane Billing, Van Marshel, Lisa Goodin. BACK ROW: Margy Shelton, Loretta Pate, Elizabeth 
McQuerry, Tina Cottle, Shannon Brady, Viv Bohon, Marcia Haney. 



90 Sports/Women's Basketball 



EKU 

72 


Opponent 

Bellarmine 


Opp. 

74 


67 
63 


Kentucky 
Wisconsin 


77 
61 


82 


Evansville 


66 


46 


Duke 


44 


70 


Xavier 


65 


52 
60 
48 


Kentucky State 
Bowling Green 
Wake Forest 


56 
58 
69 


50 


Mercer 


41 


60 
51 


Dayton 
Tennessee Tech 


62 

62 


49 


Middle Tennessee 


46 


61 

68 
67 


Murray State 
Austin Peay 
Cleveland St. 


55 
58 
68 


66 


Akron 


48 


75 
69 


Youngstown St. 
Louisville 


63 
55 


50 


Morehead St. 


51 


71 


Akron 


50 


73 
78 


Youngstown St. 
Tennessee Tech 


67 
81 


58 


Middle Tennessee 


78 


83 
68 
64 


Murray State 
Austin Peay 
Morehead State 


67 
60 
51 





Top left: Marcia Haney keeps her hands up on defense to prevent from 
fouling. Above: Shannon Brady gets the ball trapped between her legs as 
the defense surrounds her. Left: Tight defensive strategy cannot force Lisa 
Goodin into committing a turnover. 



Sports/Women's Basketball 91 




Above: Marcia Hanev tries to keep control of the ball as she makes her 
move to the basket. Top right: Lisa Goodin prepares to pass the ball to 
another Colonel. Right: As the defense collapses in the lane, Viv Bohon 
attempts to shoot the ball. 



92 Sports/Women's Basketball 




Most fans do not realize that the OVC is a very 
strong and highly competitive conference. Also, 
other regular games against teams such as Kentucky 
Louisville, Duke, Wake Forest and Dayton did not 
make the schedule any easier. 

Eastern also hosted their own Holiday Classic 
Tournament and came away with victories over Ev- 
ansville and Duke, and the championship trophy. 

The captains for the team were seniors Karen Ev- 
ans and Lisa Goodin. Lisa Goodin ended a remark- 
able season and career by shattering Eastern's all- 
time scoring record. Goodin was also selected to the 
All-OVC team for the fourth consecutive year. 

Finally, coach Dianne Murphy had an excellent 
and outstanding staff this year. Assistant coaches 
Nell Hensley and Linda Myers and graduate assis- 
tant coach Karen Freeman have made a significant 
contribution to the strengths and successes of the 
team. The "chemistry" was present between the 
coaches and players and added the spark that made 
the Colonel's season a success. 





Left: Tina Cottle yells for help as a Louisville player dribbles past the base 
line. Above: Loretta Pate looks for an open teammate. Top left: Margy 
Shelton takes the ball up strong for two Colonel points. 



Sports /Women's Basketball 93 




94 Sports/Women's Basketball 



Above: Karen Evans dribbles upcourt to start the 
Colonel offense. Left: Senior guard Freda Hagan 
keeps the offense moving. 




Sports/Women's Basketball 95 




OPPONENT 

Miami University 

St. Louis University 

University of Louisville 

Berea College 

Ohio University 

Wooster College 

Southern Illinois University 

Davis and Elkins 
James Madison Invitational 

Longwood College 

James Madison University 

Eastern Mennonite College 

University of Dayton 

University of Toledo 

Transylvania University 

University of Louisville 



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Top Right: The Colonel's offense is ignited by the stick of Ann Daugherty 
Right: Lynda Ransdell tries to gain possession of the ball from her oppo- 
nent. Above: Ann Daugherty attempts to advance the ball pass the de- 
fender. 



Opposite Right: Monica Storz chases after a loose bal 




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96 Sports/Field Hockey 



Hockey Team Finishes Strong 




Youth and inexperience may hinder some team's 
success in a season, but not Eastern's field hockey 
team. Of the eighteen players chosen for the squad, 
the majority were young, but talented. Early into 
the season, these players did not understand the 
meaning of playing intense NCAA Division I Field 
Hockey. Yet, as the season progressed, the Colonels 
learned from each game while gaining experience. 

Highlighting the season were three consecutive 
victories over the University of Dayton, Transylva- 
nia, and the University of Louisville. In the games 
against Dayton and U of L, Eastern fell behind 1-0; 
however, they came back to pull off 2-1 wins. Few of 
the games were easy for the Colonels. Eastern suf- 
fered losses from Davis & Elkins, ranked 14th na- 
tionally, and James Madison, ranked 19th. Eastern 
needed the come-from-behind victory over the Uni- 
versity of Louisville to record a .500 season. 

Coach Lynne Harvel stated, "There was so much 
improvement, individually and as a team. They 
never gave up and never stopped believing in them- 
selves. They kept trying and got better as they 
played." The team captains were Kathy Boughton, 
Robin Forhecz, Mary Gavin, and Julie Theiler. East- 
ern closed the season with a record of seven wins, 
seven losses, and two ties. 




Front row: Robin Forhecz, Julie Theiler, Kathy Boughton, Melissa Shore. Second row: Robin Blair, Maria Vertone, Traci Thompson, Robin Young, Ann 
Daugherty, Lynda Ransdell, Teresa Powell, Mary Gavin. Back row: Coach Lynne Harvel, Siobhan Devlin, Monica Storz, Carol Van Winkle, Linda Wilke, 
Peggy Pfeifer, Marcia Hamlin, G. A.; Mary Milne, Mgr.; Anita Casper. 



Sports/Field Hockey 97 



Colonel Spikers Win OVC Title but 



Below: Sophomore Lisa Tecca and senior Lon Duncan try to block a Louis- 
ville player's spike- The Colonels topped U of L three games to one. Right: 
Lori Duncan joins sophomore Teri Oman for a block during the same 
game 




FRONT ROW: Lon Duncan, Tami Tipton, Sandy Carrel, Patsy Schachnuk, Teri Oman, Cindy Thompson, Lisa Tecca, Charlotte Gillespie, Angela Boykins, 
Sara Ewy, Debbie Dingman, Cathy Brett. BACK ROW: Head coach Geri Polvino, graduate assistant Vicki Pope, graduate assistant Linda Dawson, 
manager Alice McCauley 



98 Sports/Volleyball 




Opponent 




EKU 


Morehead 




W 


Louisville 




w 


Pacific 




L 


Eastern 111. 




L 


S.W. Missouri 




L 


Kentucky 




L 


Morehead 




W 


Louisville 




L 


Miami (OH) 




L 


Penn State 




L 


Cincinnati 




L 


Pittsburg 


j[ a *^~ 


L 


Tennessee 


W 


OVC 




W 


Tennessee 




L 



Above: Charlotte Gillespie, Lisa Tecca and Patsy Schachnuk set a triple block 
against Morehead State. Left: Lisa Tecca tips the ball against a Louisville player. 
Tecca set four school records this past year. 



It was a bittersweet victory for the Eastern Kentucky 
University women's volleyball team as it captured its 
third consecutive Ohio Valley Conference 
championship, but failed in its attempt to receive an 
NCAA tournament bid. 

Eastern rolled through the OVC tournament 
undefeated and finished the season with a 29-19 record. 

"The conference championship was the highlight of 
the season," said senior Patsy Schachnuk. "We were a 
completely different team than in the mid-season 
tournament. Nobody could beat us." 

Senior Lori Duncan probably described Eastern's 
season perfectly when she called it a "roller coaster" year. 

The Colonels came into the season with guarded 
optimism as they lost their starting setter, a top reserve 
and their star player, U.S. Olympic team member 
Deanne Madden. 

The team faced a schedule that was laden with 
nationally-ranked teams including the No. 2 team in the 
country, the University of the Pacific. 



Sports/Volleyball 99 



Upon their Reappearance 

Men's Cross Country Wins OVC Meet 

Through a season of speculation, the men's cross 
country team captured the Ohio Valley Con- 
ference Championships in October. 

The victory was especially sweet because the Uni- 
versity failed to field a team last season. That posed 
youth as a problem for this squad. 

It wasn't too surprising then that head coach Rick 
Erdmann had a little less than optimistic outlook on 
his team's chances. 

The Colonels won the OVC championship with 
46 total points. Middle Tennessee finished second 
with 49 points. Murray State, tourney favorites, 
were third with 52 points. 

The Colonels were led by senior Ron King, who 
finished fifth. The other finishers were Jay Hodges 
in sixth, Andy Muehler in seventh, Steve Duffy in 
eighth and Darrin Kinder in 20th. 

"Everybody ran a good race for once," said 
Hodges. "We all ran together as a team." 

"They really surprised me," said graduate assis- 
tant Dave Schaufuss. "You could tell thev wanted to 





100 Sports/Men's Cross Country 




Andv Muehler vies for the lead. The Colonels finished third to Marshall and Cincinnati 





Western Ky. Invit. Third 

Cincinnati First 

Appalachian State Second 

W. Virginia Invit. Second 

OVC Championships First 



Opposite Page: Jay Hodge fights a Marshall opponent for the lead Above: 
Front row: Dave Walters, Ron Wofford, Kevin Simpson, Steve Duffy, Matt 
Rodgers, Ron King. Back row: Coach Rick Erdman, Andy Muehler, Dave 
Schaufuss, Kent Steinke, George Kirk, Jay Hodge, Darrin Kinder. 



Kent Steinke moves up on the leaders for the Colonels. Ron 
Wofford is close behind. 



Sports/ Men's Cross Country 101 



WOMEN'S CROSS 

COUNTRY WINS 

O.V.C. TITLE 

The women's cross country team won its second 
consecutive Ohio Valley Conference championship 
this year behind the running of freshman Barb 
Lane. 

Lane led the Colonels to an impressive outing as 
the maroon tracksters placed five runners in the top 
ten of the race. Lane, from Middleton, OH, led all 
runners with a winning time of 17:57. 

Lane, termed "a pleasant surprise" by head coach 
Rick Erdmann, never finished lower than second in 
any meet the entire season. 

Maria Pazarentzos finished fourth overall in the 
race. Pazarentzos said the closeness of the team 
members and their ability to run together helped in 
winning the tournament. 

Leading to the OVC meet, the Colonels beat the 
University of Cincinnati in a dual meet. They also 
finished second at the West Virginia and Appala- 
chian State Invitationals and third at the Western 
Kentucky Invitational. 











Above Right: Jill Decker makes the turn with Marilyn Johnson close 
behind. Above: Barb Fennell leads the pack at the start of the race. 



102 Sports /Women's Cross Country 



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Front row: Pam Raglin, Fudgie Cuthbert, Barbara Wildermuth, Linda Davis. Back row: Coach Rick 
Erdmann, Barb Lane, Jill Decker, Janice Gibson, Barb Fennell, Maria Pazarentzos, Paula Garrett. 



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Opponent 

W. Kentucky Invit. 

Colonel Quad-meet 

Berea Invit. 

Appalachian St. Invit. Fifth 

OVC Championships First 




Above Right: The lonely runner is Linda Davis. Left: Senior Maria Pazar- 
entzos competes in regional competition. Above: Barb Lane, the OVC 
cross country champion, leads a group of Colonel runners. Behind Lane is 
Maria Pazarentzos and Pam Raglin. 



Sports/Women's Cross Country 103 







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Top: Eastern's Electrifying Eels cheer their teammates on tea triumph over 
their opponents. Above: Junior Scott Vennefron "FLYS" to a victory Right: 
Teammate Mike Strange and coach Dan Lichty congratulate Brian Conrov 
after finishing first in the 200-freestyle against Ohio University Opposite 
Page Top: Eastern s Jim Rainy and Mark Maher dive into the 500-freestvle 
against Ohio University. 





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EKU 


OPPONENT OPR 


72 


Akron 


41 


59 
67 

43 


Youngstown State 

Wright State 

Tennessee Relays 3rd o 

Cincinnati 


40 
46 
f 4 
70 


64 


Louisville 


31 


70 
46 
44 
80 


Ohio University 
Western Kentucky 
University of Kentucky 
Morehead State 


43 
67 
68 
21 


65 
66 


Berea College 
Marshall 


30 

47 




Midwest Independent Chair 
3rd o 


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104 Sports/Swimming 




Swimmers Finish 3rd in Midwest 



The Electrifying Eels shocked their opponents 
this year with one of their most successful seasons 
in recent history. They compiled an 8-win, 3-loss 
dual meet season, the best record in nine years, and 
set 15 school records in 12 different events. 

The Eels finished their season by capturing third 
place in the prestigious Midwest Independent 
Championships, held March 1-3 at the University of 
Illinois at Chicago. This was the team's highest fin- 
ish in five years. They finished sixth in last years 
championships. Senior co-captain, Brian Conroy 
captured three individual first places, while first- 



year competitors Steve Dial and Mark Eschliman 
each had one championship win. 

Coach Dan Lichty, in his ninth year as head coach, 
was selected as Co-Coach of the Year in the Midwest 
Independent Championships. 

1983-84 record setters included Brian Conroy in 
the 100-freestyle and 100-backstroke, Don Combs 
and Mike Kirsh in the 100-breaststroke, Mark Esch- 
liman in the 3-meter diving, David Mercer and 
Mark Maher in the 100-butterfly, Steve Dial in the 
500-freestyle and Scott Vennefron in the 200-butter- 
fly. 




FRONT ROW: Don Combs, Melanie Mcintosh, Karen Hofmann, Mark Eschliman. SECOND ROW: Ben Meisenheimer, Billy Reddick, Eric 
Smith, Ted Averbeck, Steve Dial, Guy Frable, Andy Henderson. BACK ROW: Coach Dan Lichty, Mike Strange, Steve Amundson, Mike Kirsh, 
Brian Conroy, Dave Mercer, Jim Rainey, Scott Vennefron, Will Weisman, Mark Maher, Assistant Coach Tim Cahill, Graduate Assistant Bill 
Stapleton. 



Sports/Swimming 105 



Colonels Shoot Way to Nationals 



Competing in the NCAA National Champion- 
ships has become rather common place for the rifle 
team. The Colonel riflers finished a disappointing 
sixth in last year's tournament and were seeking to 
improve on that finish this year. 

Coach Capt. Mike McNamara was confident of a 
high finish before the tournament saying, "I think 
we have a chance of winning it all if everything 
goes right. But realistically I'm looking to get second 
place." Well, that's exactly what happened as the 
Colonels finished second, a disappointing but re- 
spectable second. 

The Colonels progressed well through the season 
as they opened competition with a second place 
finish to Tennessee Tech in the Western Kentucky 
Tournament. 

The Riflers then went on a shooting spree as they 
shot their way to tournament victory after tourna- 
ment victory. 

The Colonels captured the Buccaneer tournament 



at East Tennessee State University, winning both the 
smallbore and air rifle competitions. They topped 
ETSU, Murray State and Tennessee Tech. 

The UK Invitational Tournament title now be- 
longs to Eastern as they finished first over powers 
such as UK, Air Force and Tennessee. Xavier Univer- 
sity was the Colonel's next victim. 

The biggest victory, which enabled the Colonels 
to reach the national tournament this year was their 
route over the competition in the sectionals. 

The Colonels totaled 4,625 points in the smallbore 
competition and 1,527 in the air rifle for a total of 
6,152. This high score gave the Riflers a first-place 
finish over Ohio State, Xavier and Rose-Hulman. 

Six Colonel members tried out for the Olympic 
team in April in California. Ana Hogrefe, Tracy 
Dunham and Suzanne Keefe tried out for the wom- 
en's team with Mike Bender, John Griffith and Dan- 
ny Wigger competing for spots on the men's team. 



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FRONT ROW: Tracy Dunham, Ana Hogrefe, Pam Floer, Suzanne Keefe, Beth Braun. BACK ROW: Danny Wigger, Ed Marshall, Mike Bender, Terry Sievert, 
Dave Passmore, John Griffith, Capt. McNamara. 



106 Sports/Rifle 




Tournament 


EKU 


Western Kentucky 
E. Tennessee State 


Second 
Second 


EKU Invitational 


Second ! 


Kentucky State 
Xavier 




First 
First 


E. Tennessee Stal 


e 


First 


Tennessee Tech 




First 


Sectionals 




First 


OVC Championships 
Ky. State Championships 


First 
Fourth 



Top: Team captain, Mike Bender takes a steady aim during competition. 
Above left: Balance and form reflect the style of shootist Terry Sievert. 
Above right: Ana Hogrefeeyes her target in preparation for a match- Left: 
Tracy Dunham practices her technique during a shooting session. 



Sports/Rifle 107 




FRONT ROW: Susan Wilson, Jeannie Waldron, Sherilyn Fiveash, BACK ROW: Peggy Wolfe. Joy Rupert, Chris Halbauer, Kristi 

Spagenberg 
















EKU Unvit. 


T\ 


NTS 


Ohio State 


Lost 


Ohio U. 




Won 


Morehead St. 




Lost 


Miami (Ohio) 




Lost 


Marshall 




Won 



Above 
Player 



Jean 
Chris 



Waldron prepares for a forehand Right: Number One 
lbauer shows her forehand form. 



Middle Tenn. 
Kentuck 
Alabama 
Akron 

ovc ca 

NTS — No team scoring 



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Akron jj2| ttH 

OVC Championships 
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Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Third 



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10S Sports/ Women's Tennis 



Inexperience takes toll 
on Women's Tennis team 

Inexperience took its toll on the Ladies Tennis 
team last spring as they suffered through a 4-5 sea- 
son. 

"We expected a tough year," said senior Susan Wil- 
son. "We were lacking depth." 

The Lady Colonels had a strong team through the 
top four players. Those spots alternated but usually 
consisted of Chris Halbauer, Kristi Spagenberg, Su- 
san Wilson and Joy Rupert. 

The Lady Colonels lost their first duel match 8-1 
to Ohio State after an impressive showing in the 
EKU Invitational. 

The Netters then split their next four decisions 
beating Ohio and Marshall by identical 8-1 scores. 
These victories sandwiched two losses to Morehead 
State and Miami of Ohio. 

Middle Tennessee then fell victim to the Colonels 
by a 7-2 score. Kentucky and Alabama set the Colo- 
nels back with consecutive losses, 8-1 and 6-3 re- 
spectively. The Netters then climaxed their season 
with a victory over Akron and a third place finish in 
the OVC tourney. 



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Above: Junior Kristi Spagenberg chases down a forehand Below: Susan 
Wilson who played at the number three position swats a backhand shot. 




Sports /Women's Tennis 109 







Performing 
To A Tee 

The 1983 Colonel's spring season was a carryover 
from the vear before. The major highlight of the 
season was an exciting 23-stroke victory in the 
O.V.C. tournament hosted by Eastern at the London 
Country Club. Once again the Colonels had the 
individual medalist in Russ Barger, an outstanding 
freshman golfer. Pat Stephens, the 1982 O.VC. med- 
alist, took the runner-up position falling two strokes 
short of the leader. Juniors, Kellv Finnev and Barrv 
Wehrman each fell one stroke short of making the 
1983 All-O.VC. team. 

The Colonels took their talents to places such as 
Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, and West 
Virginia, finishing in the top nine or better in all of 
their tournaments. 

The team looks forward to a good season next 
spring since they will lose only one senior to 
graduation. 



Pat Stephens plans his strategy as he lines up his putt Stephens finished 
second in the O VC tournament 




Tim Duignam. Pat Stephens, Barn- Wehrman, Kellv Finnev, Russ Barger 



110 Sports/Golf 




O.V.C. Champion Russ Barger strokes out of a ditch. Barger won the O.V.C. title as a Tim Duignan looks over the green as he lines up his putt- 

freshman. 




Barry Wehrman swings a tee shot as the Colo- 
nels win their second O.V.C. tournament. 



Kentucky Invitational 


third 


O.VC. 


first 


Marshall Invitational 


fourth 


Orangeburg Palmetto 


ninth 


Troy State Invitational 


fourth 


Duke 


seventh 











Sports/Golf 111 



NETTERS FINISH 
SECOND IN OVC 

Head Tennis Coach Tom Higgins was pleased 
with the play of his team. Who could blame him? 
Higgins' netters finished second in the Ohio Valley 
Conference tournament in the spring. 

"I was real pleased with the season finish," said 
Higgins. He also commented that if a few close 
matches had fallen Eastern's way the Colonel's 
could have finished first. 

Higgins felt this squad was the "best team since 
he has been at Eastern." 

The Netters blazed through the first four matches 
of their schedule going 4-0. However, they hit a snag 
losing the next four of five matches. The Colonels 
tuned up for the OVC tourney with a 5-4 victory 
over Middle Tennessee. 




Above: Senior David Ghanayem slices a backhand before coming to the 
net Below: Chris Smith punches out a backhand. 




112 Sports/Men's Tennis 




Todd Wise hits a forehand volley at the net. 



EKU 


Opponent 


Opp. 


7 


Austin Peay 


2 


9 


Tenn. Tech 





9 


Akron 





8 


Youngstown State 


1 


1 


Murray State 


8 


2 


S. Illinois 


7 


2 


S.I. Carbond. 


7 

6 


9 


Indiana State 


3 


Morehead 


5 


Middle Tenn. 


4 




Mark Holstein goes low for a backhand return. 



Chuck Gibson looks for a place to put this forehand shot. 



Sports/Men's Tennis 113 



"Believing" Gives Colonels A Winning Season 



The Colonel team had a good season as they fin- 
ished with an impressive 23-16 record; believing 
made them winners. 

The 1983 season was highlighted by the naming 
of four Colonel plavers to the All-Ohio Valley Con- 
ference team. 

Picked for the All-OVC team were junior center- 
fielder Rocky Pangallo, sophomore outfielder-sec- 
ond baseman Brett Forbush, senior first baseman 
Mike Woehler and junior lefthander Steve Engel. 
Pangallo led the Colonels in batting with a .387 
average. He also hit four home runs and knocked in 
30 runs. 

Woehler, a four-year letterman hit .345 with 10 
homers and 31 runs batted in. 

Engel, who made All-OVC last year as a sopho- 
more, had a 5-2 record on the mound. He set a school 
record of 196 strikeouts and was among the nation's 
best averaging 11.57 strike outs per game. 

Head Coach Jim Ward's Colonel team finished in 
second place in the North Division of the Ohio Val- 
lev Conference with a 7-5 league mark. 

The Colonels were eliminated in the double- 
elimination OVC tournament to decide the leagues 
representative to the NCAA Tournament. 




Scott Fromwiller slides safelv into third base 




FRONT ROW: David Baker. John Abney. Reggie Raglin. Rocky Pangallo. Scott Fromwiller. Steve Rebholz. Mike Sibio SECOND ROW: Clay Elswick. Keith 
Kidd, Doug Losey. Paul Clark. Joe Myers. Gary Hardoerfer, Ricky Congelton THIRD ROW: Brett Forbush. John Miles, Mike Woehler, Mike Morrissey. 
Richard Brooks, Doug Peddicord, Asst. Coach J.B. Caldwell, Asst. Coach Gary Buel, Head Coach Jim Ward BACK ROW: Steve Engel. Barney Joseph, Kevin 
Olivia, David Bault, Sherman Bennett, Brad Brian. Richie Barker, Ed Norkus. 



114 Sports/ Baseball 



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Left: Ricky Congelton talks strategy with Coach Jim Ward. Below: 
Steve Engel shows the form that got him drafted by the Chicago 
Cubs. Engel holds the school record for career strikeouts with 196. 




Sports/ Baseball 115 




Above top: Mike Sibio leaps high to retrieve an errant pickoff throw 
Above: All-OVC man Brett Forbush heads for the dugout after tagging out 
a runner Right: David Baker stretches out a double. 



116 Sports/Baseball 




Left: Steve Rebhol/ fires one to the plate 



EKU 


Opponent 


Opp. 


6 


Maryland 


11 


3 


Evansville 


7 


13 


Evansville 


13 


5 


West Virginia 


4 


17 


Georgia State 


10 


7 


Georgia State 


1 


4 


Cincinnati 
Cincinnati 





6 


2 


19 


Carson Newman 


13 


8 


Western Carolina 


9 


3 


Louisville 


2 


11 


Louisville 


3 


17 


Middle Tennessee 


7 


12 


Bellarmine 


1 


12 


Youngstown State 


2 


7 


Youngstown State 


9 


7 


Akron 


2 


4 


Akron 





2 


Louisville 


8 


5 


Louisville 


3 


3 


Morehead State 


6 


3 


WesternCarolina 


5 


10 


Morehead State 


7 


6 


Kentucky 


20 





Tennessee 


12 


3 


Cincinnati 


6 


6 


Cincinnati 


2 


2 


Youngstown State 


4 


7 


Youngstown State 





11 


Akron 


9 


12 


Akron 


3 


6 


Middle Tennessee 


3 


4 


Morehead State 


6 


10 


Murray State 


14 



All-OVC Mike VVoehler gets under a fly ball 



Sports /Baseball 11" 



Colonel Tracksters Make NCAA Tourney 



For the fourth consecutive year, the Colonels were 
represented at the NCAA Track and Field Champi- 
onship. Rick White, Stan Pringle and Kevin John- 
son were among the Colonel runners who traveled 
to the championships. 

White was a double qualifier in the 100-meter 
dash and the 4x100 meter relay. He qualified for the 
100 meters with a 10.32 performance in the Penn 
Relay championships. 

The NCAA tournament was the climax of a sea- 
son that saw the Colonels finish third in the Ohio 
Valley Conference Championships. 

The Maroon tracksters also finished first in a Tri- 
Meet with Marshall and Cincinnati. They finished 
second in a Tri-Meet with Kentucky and Tennessee. 
The rest of the meets were individually scored. 

The team's seasonal performance was so impres- 
sive that they were ranked by Track and Field, a 
nationally-published magazine. 




Above: Ron King closes in on his opponent. Below: Rick White runs his 
leg of the relay. 




118 Sports/Men's Track 



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Above: Stan Pringle and Vince Scott exchange the baton in the relay event. Below left: Roger Chapman fights the opposition for the lead. 




Domino's Classic 


NTS 


Marshall, Cincinnati 


First 


Kentucky 


NTS 


Dogwood Relays 


NTS 


Tom Samuels Open 


NTS ! 


Tennessee, Kentucky 


Second 


Penn Relays 


NTS 


OVC Championships 


Third 


Billy Hayes Invit. 


NTS 


Tom Black Classic 


NTS 


NTS — No team score 





Sports /Men's Track 119 



Right: Good form gets Janice Gibson over the 
hurdles. Below: Concentration gives Andrea 
Johnson a slight lead. 





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FRONT ROW: Eve Combs, Sharon Vincent, Debbie Johnson, Angela Terrance, Linda Dowdy, Terri Jones, Teresa Cannon, Paula Garrett, Pam Edmonds, 
BACK ROW: Denise Doll, Man,' Ann Ostbye, Clarissa Gregory, Karen Haden, Andrea Taylor, Paulette Cousins, Anna Stewart, Rose Gilmore, Maria 
Pazarentzos, Janice Gibson. 



120 Sports/Women's Track 




Moving At A 
♦> Fast Pace 



Above: Karen Haden strains to jump the high bar 




It was a matter of pride for the women's track 
team as they broke five meet records in winning the 
Ohio Valley Conference championship at Middle 
Tennessee State University in May of 1983. The 
Colonels finished the O.V.C. meet with a total of 177 
points to edge out Austin Peay and Murray State. 

Having finished the meet with eight 1st place, 
three 2nd place, five 3rd place, four 4th place, two 
5th place, and one 6th place wins, Coach Rick Erd- 
mann said, "We were pleased with the team. Ostbye, 
Pararentzos and Gilmore were outstanding." 

For the fourth consecutive year EKU was repre- 
sented at the NCAA Track and Field Championships 
held in Houston, Texas from June 1-4. Representing 
the EKU women's team was Clarissa Gregory and 
Rose Gilmore. Gregory and Gilmore were two of the 
main reasons Eastern was able to post two meet 
championships — their first Becky Boone Relays 
title and their second O.V.C. championship in the 
past four years. 

Gilmore was selected to be a member of the Unit- 
ed States Junior Track and Field Team for 1983. "Rose 
is a very gifted athlete and we're anxious to see how 
she will compete against some of the world's best 
younger runners in this international competition," 
commented Coach Erdmann. The U.S. team cap- 
tured second place behind Canada in July of 1983. 



Above: Sheer determination motivates Sharon Vincent to run the last 
yard. 



West Va., Pittsburg, Kent State 




NTS 


Mason-Dixon Games 




NTS 


Indiana, Virginia Tech. Relays 




NTS 


N.C.A.A. 




NTS 


Florida-Lady Gator Relays 




NTS 


Ohio Univ., U.K. Relays 




NTS 
NTS 


Dogwood Relays 


Univ. of Ky. Relays 




NTS 


Tenn., Ky 


, and Purdue Relays 


third 


place 


Becky Boc 


me Invitational 


first 


place 


O.VC. 




first 


place 


Tom Blacl 


c Classic 

NTS — No Team Score 




NTS 



Sports/Women's Track 121 



An education is what 
brought each and every stu- 
dent to the University. 
Studying and going to class 
determined the measure of 
their success. 




122 Academics Divider 






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Academics Divider 123 



Right: Jimmy Dale Williams of WEKY 
interviews Dr J C Powell prior to the 
'83 Homecoming Parade. Opposite 
Right: Powell explains the reorganiza- 
tion plan to the Board of Regents 



Right: Powell entertains 
questions from students after 
a dinner held by the United 
Methodist Center on campus. 
Opposite Right: [ C Powell 
en]oys the Homecoming foot- 
ball game with his wife Dow- 
nie. Powell is one of Eastern's 
greatest fans. 




President Powell Stresses 
Value-Added Education 



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"The general concept about education is that it is a 
process that adds value to the quality of life. All in 
all, it is the value we try to add to the student's life 
through education," said President J.C. Powell. 

Powell said that he is trying to find ways to mea- 
sure what that value is and to enhance it. A way of 
measuring the value is by urging the faculty mem- 
bers to renew their efforts and increase the higher 
education experience. He explained that "value- 
added education" refers to the measurement of skills 
and knowledge when a student is a freshman and 
then testing the student at graduation to see how 
much he has improved. 

"I think throughout the time that I have been 
president, I have been trying to stress a theme that 
has to do with quality. This is not to put down the 
level that did exist, but some areas needed improv- 
ing," said Powell. 

The University president said a formal coordinat- 
ed planning process for the University is underway. 
"The process happens to involve time — a five-year 
segment. We are trying to get all of the segments of 
the University to provide us with a sense of direc- 
tion that will enable us to allocate our resources 
wisely," said Powell. 

This year, the University will review and provide 
goals and objectives by each college of the Universi- 
ty. Powell said the need to consolidate, review our 
progress, and improve areas which need improving 
would be an important aspect of the first-year plan- 
ning effort. 

A testing association looked at a sampling of 
schools across the nation ranging from very large 
institutions to small prestigious institutions. They 
measured the gain of knowledge of general educa- 
tion in the first two years," said Powell. The Univer- 
sity ranked as one of the top two institutions. 

The other way you measure the gaining of 
knowledge is by the acceptance of graduates in em- 
ployment or in graduate schools. Powell said he 
thought that University graduates are liked; nurs- 
ing is ranked tops in the state. 

In addition, Powell said that as President he tries 
to stress an overall theme — "improving the quality 
of our offerings." 




Academics /President Powell 125 



Board of Regents 
Reorganize 

Reorganization was the key word for the Board of 
Regents this year. After the death of Charles Combs, 
Tom Harper was appointed to fill his seat. J.W. 
Phelps was elected to serve as chairman with Hallie 
Shouse as vice chairman. Dr. Stumbo accepted an 
appointment to the Council on Higher Education 
and Dr. Robert Warren of Lexington was seated on 
the Board in his place at the November 5 meeting. 

Furthermore, the Board approved President 
Powell's reorganization plan for educational pro- 
grams. The members created two new positions — 
associate vice-president for academic planning and 
development, and dean for academic support and 
undergraduate studies. 




Dr. Gradv Stumbo 



John Keith 













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Dr. Bonnie Gray, Faculty Regent 



Dr. Rodney Gross 




Robert J- Begley 



Jerry Ikerd 



Annette Ohlmann, Student Regent 




Tommy Harper 



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C. E. Baldwin 
Business Affairs 



Donald Feltner 
University Relations Development 



Dr Thomas Myers 
Student Affairs 





Dr John Rowlett 
Academic Affairs & Research 



Dr William Sexton 
Administrative Affairs 



V.P/s Duties Change After Reorganization Plan 



The Offices of the Vice-presidents comprise the 
basic organizational units of the University. The 
activities of these men affect every phase of univer- 
sity life from registration to graduation to alumni 
functions, from libraries to dorm rooms to sports 
and concerts. They spend many hours unseen and 
seldom recognized to supply the services and sup- 
port necessary to keep the University one of the 
most respected regional universities in the country. 
When President Powell announced the reorganiza- 
tion plan, many of the tasks of the vice-presidents 
changed. The purpose of the reorganization was to 
place like-functions together which, in an organiza- 
tion as interrelated as a university, is no easy matter. 

The Office of Development, formerly known as 
Public Affairs, under the direction of Donald R. 
Feltner, contains the Divisions of Development, 
Alumni Affairs and Public Information. The Office 
is charged with the responsibility to maintain and 
enhance the image of the University and to provide 
a means by which friends of the University may 
support its programs. 



Dr. William E. Sexton, Vice-president for Admin- 
istrative Affairs, formerly known as Public Service 
and Special Programs, directs the operations of the 
Hummel Plantarium, academic computing, radio 
and television, special programs, and the newly 
assigned division of Physical Plant. 

Vice-president for Business Affairs, under the su- 
pervision of Earl Baldwin, must see to it that the 
University remains solvent and financially ac- 
countable. University auxiliary enterprises such as 
the bookstore and food services as well as the cam- 
pus telephone system and printing services are di- 
rected by Mr. Baldwin. 

The Office of Academic Affairs, under Dr. John D. 
Rowlett is responsible for all phases of academic 
life, from registration to graduation and from class 
scheduling to transcripts. 

Dr. Thomas D. Meyers, Vice-president for Stu- 
dent Affairs, provides many of the services that 
make life at the University a little special, including 
residence hall programs, student activities, finan- 
cial aid, student health services, chaplain and coun- 
seling centers. 



Academics/ Vice-Presidents 127 



DR. ROBERT R. MARTIN 



A Strong Advocate For Higher Education 
And Our University 



President Emeritus Dr. Robert R. Martin contin- 
ued to serve the Commonwealth of Kentucky as 
Senator for the 22nd District. After serving his alma 
mater as president for sixteen years, retirement was 
in name onlv for the man who has dedicated his life 
to education at all levels. Shortly after stepping 
down as Eastern's president, he was elected to the 
Senate where he continues to be a strong advocate 
for higher education and Eastern while serving on 
the Appropriations and Revenue Committee, 
Health and Welfare Committee and Vice-Chairman 
of Education. 



Dr. Martin and his wife, Anne, still make their 
home in Richmond, adjacent to the campus which 
so vividly bares the mark of his leadership during 
the growing years of the 60's. When Dr. Martin be- 
came President in 1960, Eastern had an enrollment 
of 2,967 and by his retirement in 1976 enrollment 
had grown to 13,430. The physical plant had a value 
of $7 million in 1960 and $120 million in 1976. 

He also actively supports the University by at- 
tending many of the special functions on the cam- 
pus, whether they be sporting events or concerts. 




128 Academics/Robert R Martin 




Hall of Fame Recipient . . . 

Annette Ohlmann 



Academics has always been Annette Ohlmann's 
first priority. So, her reaction to being named the 
recipient of the Hall of Fame award was one of 
surprise. "I feel honored," said Ohlmann. "This is 
the first time that I have been recognized for my 
academic achievements." 

The Hall of Fame is awarded to one of the out- 
standing students elected from each of the nine col- 
leges. Annette, representing the College of Natural 
and Mathematical Sciences, is majoring in computer 
science with a grade point average of 3.650. After 
graduation in May, Annette plans to get a job and to 
eventually obtain a masters degree in business and 
economics. 



A senior from Louisville, Annette remained ac- 
tive in campus organizations, serving as the Presi- 
dent of the Student Association, a member of Kappa 
Mu Epsilon, a mathematics honorary, and Mortar 
Board, a senior honorary. She is also active in the 
University Pals program, Catholic Newman Center- 
Newman Council, Association of Computing Ma- 
chinery and the Kentucky Intercollegiate State Leg- 
islature, of which she served as attorney general and 
treasurer in 1982-83. 

This year, Annette also served the University as 
the Student Regent to the Board of Regents. 

She attended the University on a University 
Presidential Scholarship. 



Academics/ Hall of Fame 129 



Answering parent's questions during sum- 
mer orientation is oneofthemanv duties of 
Dr. Jack Culross, dean. 




Helping Students with Academic Decisions is the Goal of 

Academic Support and Undergraduate Studies 



General education is a component of all degree 
programs; therefore, the University decided to de- 
velop the Office of Academic Support and Under- 
graduate Studies in 1977. Recently, the office has 
changed by adding new programs to further accom- 
modate the needs of the student. 

The programs provide various services to the stu- 
dent: The General Education Program, Undergrad- 
uate Academic Advising, Developmental Studies, 
Cooperative Education, the Trio Program, academic 
support services and the various offices all provide 
services, including the Registrar. According to Jack 
Culross, Dean of Academic Support and Undergrad- 
uate Studies, these programs were designed to make 
it easier for students to get the help they need for 
academics. 

About one-third of all students entering college 
today do not declare a major when they first enroll. 
Through the Office of Academic Support and Un- 



dergraduate Studies, a student is advised and coun- 
seled for problems pertaining to their major. Fur- 
thermore, the office assists students in finding infor- 
mation on employment trends and salaries. 

One change that the Office of Academic Support 
and Undergraduate Studies has administered is the 
appointment of a new dean, Dr. Jack Culross. Prior 
to his position as dean, Dr. Culross was the assistant 
dean of the office. He has been employed by the 
University since 1970 as acting assistant dean for the 
College of Arts and Sciences and as an English pro- 
fessor. 

The office is designed to help students not in 
social life but in academic life. Dean Culross said, "If 
a student has a problem, we want them to know that 
they can come to the Office of Academic Support 
and Undergraduate Studies when they don't know 
where else to go." 



130 Academics/Academic Support and Undergraduate Studies 




Photos hv Paul Lambert 



Top: This University student is re- 
ceiving career guidance on one of 
the many computers here on cam- 
pus. These programs assist students 
in selecting possible careers and ma- 
jors, based on data supplied to the 
interactive computer 
Bottom: The Office of Academic 
Support and Undergraduate Studies 
counsels manv freshmen each sum- 
mer in the orientation program 




Academics/Academic Support and Undergraduate Studies 131 




Above: Dr Charles Gibson 
serves as the dean of the 
Graduate School- Top 
Right: Carolyn Powell, a 
Master of Music student, 
practices for the Madri- 
gals, which are performed 
every December Right: 
Bill Gilchrist, a Master of 
Science student lectures to 
a geology lab as part of his 
job as a Graduate Assistant 



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Students acquire practical experience at 

Graduate School 



Students have the option to 
further their learning beyond 
the basic four year degree at the 
University by enrolling in the 
Graduate School. Presently, the 
University offers 34 masters de- 
gree programs — several of these 
having different options avail- 
able within the degree program. 



The University also tries to en- 
courage enrollment in its Gradu- 
ate School to all qualified under- 
graduate students. 

There are, however, certain 
standards to be met in order to 
enter Graduate School. Those ap- 
plying for entry must have an 
undergraduate degree, a 2.4 




grade point average and must do 
sufficiently well on their Gradu- 
ate Record Examination. Foreign 
students are also encouraged to 
enroll in Graduate School and 
must meet the same standards as 
the other students. They must, in 
addition, have a verifiable profi- 
ciency in English. 

Dean Charles Gibson said that 
the goal of the Graduate School is 
to "provide the highest quality 
instruction that the institution 
can provide." Graduate courses 
have been offered at the Univer- 
sity since the 1930's, with the first 
Masters degree being given in 
1942. 

Many of the University's grad- 
uate students work while taking 
graduate classes. Approximately 
150 jobs are available to students 
on campus through graduate as- 
sistantships. 

In his opinion, Dean Gibson 
said that the University rates 
well with other universities in 
Kentucky. According to Gibson, 
the graduates "tend to be very 
competitive in the job market, 
and compete as well as students 
at any other college." 



•2 Left: Graduate student Linda Spencer super- 
" vises desk worker Sara Yocum as part of her job 
J. as Graduate Assistant in Beckham Hall. 



Academics/Graduate School 133 



Providing High Quality Programs Is The Goal of 

College of Allied Health and Nursing 



With the University's large amount of continuing 
education students, the College of Allied Health and 
Nursing expects high academic standards, since, ac- 
cording to Dean David D. Gale, there is also a large job 
market for the graduates. 

The College offers nine degree programs in the areas 
of Emergencv Medical Care, Environmental Health 
Science, Health Record Science, Medical Assisting 
Technologv, Medical Technology Lab, Baccalaureate 
Nursing, Associate Degree Nursing, Occupational 
Therapy and Continuing Education. Three of these 
programs have a 100% passing rate on their state board 
exams. 

Besides classroom work, the students get clinical 
experience. This way, they get learning experience in 
their field of study They go to different hospitals in the 
area including the U.K. Medical Center, the Shriners 
Hospital, the Danville Hospital, and the Kenwood 
Nursing Home. 

Each degree program has a certain GPA that must be 
met before admittance and kept throughout to stay in 
that particular program. The goal of the College is to 
provide high quality programs at the undergraduate 
and graduate levels for individuals who wish to pur- 
sue a health profession. 

The Outstanding Teacher for the College of Allied 
Health and Nursing is Dr. Gladys Masagatani, associ- 
ate professor of Occupational Therapy. Dr. Masagatani, 
in her second year at the University, feels that both 
student and teacher should come prepared for class to 
get the most out of it. 

Barbara Fennell is the outstanding student for the 
College. She holds a 3.9 GPA. Besides concentrating on 
her studies, Barbara is on both the cross country and 
track teams. 



Above right: Dr David Gale is in his eleventh year as the dean of the College of 
Allied Health and Nursing Right: After graduation, Barbara Fennell, Outstand- 
ing Student from Allied Health and Nursing, plans to return to Canada and find 
a job in Occupational Therapy. 




134 Academics/Allied Health & Nursing 




Left: Linda Kern and Amy Berberick practice 
giving IV's on Sheila Grider in the nursing 
skills lab. Below left: This Allied Health stu- 
dent gets experience in the chemistry lab. Be- 
low: Nursing students attain practical experi- 
ence in the nursing skills lab. Rhonda Satterlv 
draws up medicine in preparation for an injec- 
tion 




Below: Interior design student Jill Forbes illustrates the creative tech- 
niques used in her field. Right: Thomas Barr is the Outstanding Student 
for the College of Applied Arts and Technology. At the University, Barr has 
an outstanding record of scholarship, leadership, and service. Bottom: 
Working at the radio lab in the Perkins Building provides broadcasting 
students practical experience in the field. 




136 Academics/Applied Arts & Technology 




Left: The new aviation program gives students the 
opportunity to obtain a pilot's license and receive 
class credit for it. Below: Dr. Kenneth Hansson 
serves as the dean of the College of Applied Arts 
and Technology 




Administering Functional Experience is the Objective of 

College of Applied Arts and Technology 



The College of Applied Arts and Technology pro- 
vides all types of practical experience in education 
by offering opportunities in shops, laboratories, stu- 
dios, radio and television stations, papers, green- 
houses, and other establishments in industry. Ac- 
cording to Dean Kenneth Hansson, all kinds of op- 
portunities are offered on and off-campus. 

Recently, the College added a new area of study to 
its curriculum, aviation. The program, which is ap- 
proved by the Federal Aviation Administration, is a 
private pilot flight program. Dean Hansson said 
that the program was developed with the idea of 
offering associate and baccalaureate degrees. 

The College provides instructional programs in 
the applied arts and technological fields. Associate, 
baccalaureate, master's and specialist degrees are 
available through the Departments of Agriculture, 
Home Economics, Industrial Education and Tech- 
nology, and Mass Communications. Also, the Col- 
lege offers a four-year Army Reserve Officer's Train- 
ing Corps (ROTC) program through the Depart- 



ment of Military Science. 

Diane Vachon, assistant professor of home eco- 
nomics, was voted by students and faculty as the 
Outstanding Teacher in the College. She said that 
winning the Excellence in Teaching Award was an 
exceptional honor since it comes from the students. 

The College selected Thomas Barr, a 4.0 senior 
majoring in journalism, as the Outstanding Student. 
Thomas has received the University Foundation 
Scholarship and the National Trust Fund (Graphics 
Arts) Scholarship for four years. Other accomplish- 
ments include the University Dean's List, Kappa Tau 
Alpha, Society of Professional Journalists, and Edi- 
tor-in-Chief of the Eastern Progress. 

Providing practical experience in and out of the 
classroom will always be an important aspect in the 
College because the faculty takes a great deal of 
pride in it. In concluding, Dean Hansson said, "You 
can talk a lot about being a journalist, but we think it 
is important that you have some experience, too." 



Academics/Applied Arts & Technology 137 



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Below: Dr. David Greenlee directs (he Univer- 
sity Singers during their Fall Concert. The 44- 
member group is the top choral group at the 
University Right: An art student expresses a 
form of herself through her creative art work. 





Reorganization of Departments was the Key for 

College of Arts and Humanities 



The College of Arts and Humanities has under- 
gone many changes since 1979 according to Dean 
John Long. The 1979 reorganization solved many 
problems, especially that of having too many unre- 
lated fields under one college. The reorganization 
also helped link related departments with those of 
similar educational emphasis. 

The College sponsored the Alumni Careers Semi- 
nar for the benefit of Arts and Humanities majors, 
undeclared students, and other interested students 
and faculty. A panel of University alumni discussed 
their widely varied careers. A panel of employers 
representing General Telephone Company, Ashland 
Oil, and Metropolitan Insurance also discussed ca- 
reer opportunities for Arts and Humanities gradu- 
ates in their firms. 

Dawn Marsh is the outstanding student from the 
College. Dawns major is English and French/teach- 



ing with a grade point average of 3.87. Dawn has 
received the Phi Kappa Phi recognition of high 
scholastic achievement and the University Founda- 
tion Scholarship. 

The Outstanding Teacher for the College is Dr. 
Un-chol Shin, professor of humanities. Shin said 
that what he is basically trying to do in his teaching 
is to help bring back the human quality so we can 
control machines instead of machines controlling 
us. 

The College offers two graduate degrees, in Eng- 
lish and in music. Involvement in such activities as 
musical ensembles, theatre practicum, and art ex- 
hibits are often required for Arts and Humanities 
majors to help in the application of their skills. Dean 
Long said, "Eastern's Arts and Humanities program 
is very strong, respected by other colleges, and is a 
source of pride to me and EKU." 



138 Academics/Arts & Humanities 





Above: The Show Choir is a 22-member group of 
entertainers that perform various musicals at ban- 
quets and conventions hosted by the University. 
Inset: Dawn Marsh is the Outstanding Student for 
the College. The English/French major had a GPA 
of 3.87. Left: Dr. John Long, dean of the College of 
Arts and Humanities talks with a student after his 
class 



Academics/Applied Arts & Humanities 139 




Above Top: The Central Advising Office has eliminated the need for advisers for 
business students. Above left: Dr Howard Thompson, Dean of the College of 
Business, takes time out of his schedule to chat with students after a class. Above 
right: Marketing students are given a chance to package and market a product 
through class projects. Left: Karen Evans, Outstanding Student in the College of 
Business, had a grade point average of 3.94. Right: Computers play a very impor- 
tant part of the course work for business students. 



140 Academics/Business 



Giving Students Hands-on Experience is the Goal of 

College of Business 



"The purpose of this college is to serve Kentucky 
and contiguous states of the central U.S." Those are 
the words of Dr. Howard Thompson who has served 
as the Dean of the College of Business since 1973. 

The College of Business has specifically served 
this region by moving into degree programs which 
are not offered at surrounding colleges. Some areas 
are health care administration, transportation and 
physical distribution management, insurance, real 
estate, and most importantly for Kentucky, coal 
mining administration. 

The College is also concerned with the needs of 
the student. The new advising system is one unique 
way the College has met these needs. "Rather than 
the traditional faculty adviser system, there is now a 
central advising office with a staff on duty from 8 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m., including the noon hour," said 
Thompson. "Students can come here anytime and 
receive advising assistance." 

Thompson added that such things as computer- 
assisted business games, small business institute 



cases, case studies, and cooperative course studies 
enable students to gain hands-on experience which 
will prepare them for the business world. "Comput- 
er skills are being incorporated into business 
courses," added Thompson. 

The Outstanding Teacher for the College of Busi- 
ness is Dr. Bertee Adkins. Adkins attributes his suc- 
cess in the classroom to the good rapport he pos- 
sesses with the students. Also, "I like to think I'm 
doing some good and when you realize you have 
helped someone to learn something, then you feel 
good," said Adkins. He teaches courses in business 
communication, advanced typing, and introduction 
to business. 

Karen Evans, with a grade-point average of 3.94 is 
the Outstanding Student for the College of Business. 
Evans is an accounting major from Corbin, Ky. 
When she graduates in May, she plans to work with 
Deloitte, Haskins and Sells, an accounting firm in 
Lexington. 




Academics/ Business 141 



The Production of Outstanding Teachers Is The Aim of 

College of Education 



Producing the state s largest amount of teachers is 
the distinction of the College of Education. There is 
a great need for mathematics and science teachers, 
but an overabundance of physical education and 
health teachers. According to Dixon Barr, the Dean 
of the College of Education, the "job opportunities 
for education majors (teachers) are improving some- 
what." 

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction 
provides eligibility for provisional certification in 
elementary education which is valid for teaching 
grades one through eight if you have completed the 
baccalaureate degree in elementary education. To 
teach kindergarten, an additional 11 hours is re- 
quired. 

In Special Education, programs are offered lead- 
ing to the baccalaureate degree in three areas of 
Special Education (Learning and Behavior Disor- 
ders, Trainable Mentally Handicapped, and Hearing 
Impaired) and in Communication Disorders. The 
special education student receives a certificate to 



teach in grades one through eight and provisional 
certification in the area of specialization. 

Secondary education majors are students in col- 
leges other than the College of Education. They ma- 
jor in whatever it is they want to teach. Then, they 
take their teaching courses in the College of Educa- 
tion. 

The Outstanding Teacher for the College of Edu- 
cation is Dr. John Anglin, professor of educational 
psychology. He has been at the University for 12 
years. He feels that teaching takes time, isn't neces- 
sarily easy, but is rewarding. "A teacher has to like 
people, to have concern for the student and he has 
to be well prepared in the field," said Dr. Anglin. 

The College of Education's Outstanding Student 
is Pamela Morris with a GPA of 3.77. The elementary 
education major is a transfer student from Hazard 
Community College. She is involved in Kappa Del- 
ta Pi, an education honorary and Kappa Delta Tau, a 
service sorority. 




Above: In the classroom, Pamela Morris, Out- 
standing Student for the College of Education, 
gains knowledge that she will need in her fu- 
ture Right: Dr. Dixon Barr is in his nineteenth 
year as Dean of the College of Education. 




142 Academics/Education 





Above left: Melanie Ricketts Foley 
gives assistance to a business student 
at Madison High School. Left: 
Heather Haydon experiences the 
realities of being an educator Above: 
Student teachers apply theory and 
knowledge to the education of oth- 
ers. 



Academics/ Education 143 




Above: Becky Lucas, a junior from Emi- 
nence, and Kevin Jones, a senior from 
Richmond, demonstrate the correct 
technique for administering cardiopul- 
monary resuscitation. Above right: Stu- 
art Wilson, the Outstanding Student 
from the College of HPERA, gives an 
athlete ultrasound, a doctor-prescribed 
deep heating treatment- Right: This first 
aid class gets a demonstration in ban- 
daging from Kimberly March, a sopho- 
more from Miami, Florida, and Mane 
Miller, a junior from Richmond. 




144 Academics/Health, P.E., Recreation & Athletics 




Left: "The student's needs are most important," explained Dean Russell 
Bogue, of the College of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and 
Athletics. Below: Sophomore Archie Reese, from Lee County- gains 
teaching experience as he coaches basketball to students at Model 
school. 




College of Health, Physical Education, 

Recreation and Athletics 



"Meeting the student's needs," explained Dean 
Russell Bogue, "is the College of Health, Physical 
Education, Recreation, and Athletics' primary con- 
cern. We are constantly reviewing programs and 
curriculums to fit the student's needs," he said. 
Within the College are the Departments of Health 
Education, Physical Education, Recreation and Park 
Administration and Athletic Services. Formerly, 
these departments were part of the College of Edu- 
cation; however, in 1979, the College of Health, 
Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics was 
formed due to its growth. 

The College promotes student creativity and 
gives students the opportunity to express feelings. 
Lectures, on-site visitations and group discussions 
are effective methods of teaching. "The experience 
the program offers really contributes to the pro- 
gram. It gives an idea of what your career will be 
like," said Karla Ross, a sophomore PE. major from 



Hamilton, Ohio. Field trips are offered from the dif- 
ferent departments to further the students' learning 
and add interest to the curriculum. "The teaching is 
tremendous; instructors cover everything well. I 
was referred to Eastern because of its great reputa- 
tion for RE. majors. They do a great job of preparing 
me for a teaching career," said Karen Stay ton, a soph- 
omore from Lebanon, Ky. 

Stuart Wilson, a physical education major from 
Franklin, Ohio, was chosen the Outstanding Stu- 
dent of the College of Health, Physical Education, 
Recreation and Athletics. He has achieved a cumula- 
tive grade point average of 3.0 and a 3.85 average in 
his major. Stuart was also nominated by the Depart- 
ment of Physical Education for the "Who's Who" 
award. 

Dr. Herman S. Bush was chosen as the College's 
Outstanding Teacher. 



Academics/Health, P.E., Recreation & Athletics 145 



Below: Ray Oakes assists two students, using the auto simulator, in emergency vehicle class. 
The students are shown a film, which simulates a particular situation, and the students react in 
such a way that thev avoid an accident. Right: The College of Law Enforcement offers students 
the opportunitv to experience security work on campus 





Offering the Students a Wide Range of Options Is The Aim of 

College of Law Enforcement 



The College of Law Enforcement offers the stu- 
dent one degree with a wide range of options. Cor- 
rectional services, fire prevention and control, police 
administration, and forensic science, security, and 
traffic safety options are available for the student to 
choose. Since its birth in 1966, it has grown tremen- 
dously, becoming one of Eastern's largest programs. 
Students from Kentucky and other states, as well, 
turn to Eastern for their law enforcement education. 
A large percentage of students hail from Ohio, 
Pennsylvania, Florida, New York, and Tennessee. 
Art Longnaker, a senior law enforcement major 
from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, is part of a program 
that incorporates education between Harrisburg 
Area Community College and Eastern. "I came to 
Eastern because a teacher at HACC, an alumnus of 
Eastern, Elmer Crisswell, recommended the College 
to finish my education," explained Longnaker. 

The services are the aspect Dean Truett Ricks feels 
are important. "We emphasize counseling and try to 
provide the services the student needs," he said. 
Maintaining quality and recruiting students are two 
of the college's aims. "There was a time when the 
college was growing so rapidly we didn't have time 
to emphasize quality," explained Dean Ricks. Since, 
there has been a slight decrease in enrollment and 

146 Academics/Law Enforcement 



extended emphasis is placed on the quality of edu- 
cation. The college also stresses the importance of 
teaching. "Teaching is number one," concluded 
Dean Ricks. 

Students are benefitted by a Two-Day Career Day, 
sponsored by the Association of Law Enforcement. 
It is open to all students in the college. Lucielle 
Robucks, law enforcement advisor, explained, "The 
organization tries to integrate the freshmen mem- 
bers and offers community service. We also sponsor 
speakers, films, and activities." 

The College of Law Enforcement's Outstanding 
Teacher is Dr. James Fox, professor of Correctional 
Services. "One cannot say he is outstanding com- 
pared to his colleagues. I feel I am not that much 
different than anyone else. I take information and 
try to get the student interested and to understand 
and be concerned how it affects him and others," 
said Dr. Fox. 

The College of Law Enforcement's Outstanding 
Student is John Gill, a Senior majoring in police 
administration and Mathematics. John has a 3.9 
grade point average in police administration, a 3.3 
in mathematics and a cumulative grade point aver- 
age of 3.62. 




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Top: Dean of Law Enforcement, Truett Ricks, says that the College emphasizes the 
"quality of education." Above: John Gill, Outstanding Student of the College of Law 
Enforcement, teaches an algebra lab. Gill has accepted a job with the Federal Govern- 
ment working with the United States Marshall Service in Los Angeles, California. 
Right: Jim Foxx, a junior law enforcement major from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 
takes a fingerprint- 



Academics/Law Enforcement 147 



Right: Kevin Cecil, a freshman from 
Bardstown, dissects a shark as part of 
his biology project Below: Lab work 
is an essential and educational part 
of many classes, including this 
chemistry class Below right: Sue 
Hanscom works to identify different 
species of insects as part of a proiect 
in conjunction with her mapr. 




148 Academics/ Natural & Mathematical Sciences 



Students Prepare for Pre-professional Fields and Research in 

College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences 





The College of Natural and Mathematical Sci- 
ences strives to provide courses of study for aca- 
demic specialization in the natural and mathemat- 
ical sciences and to offer programs to prepare stu- 
dents for pre-professional fields and for graduate 
study and research. Also, serving the community 
and region through public service and engaging in 
research to advance knowledge and enhance the 
primary function of instruction is an important as- 
pect of the College. 

The College offers the degrees of Associate of Sci- 
ence, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and 
Bachelor of Individualized Studies. Degrees are 
awarded in the areas of biology, chemistry, computer 
science, earth science, environmental resources, 
fisheries management, geology, mathematics, mi- 
crobiology, physics, statistics, and wildlife manage- 
ment. 

Mary McGlasson, who was assistant professor of 
biological sciences, is the Outstanding Teacher for 
the College. She, who recently retired from the Uni- 
versity, has achieved the Excellence in Teaching 
| award each year. 

I The Outstanding Student from the College is An- 
" nette Ohlmann, who has a 3.65 grade point average. 
Annette is President of the Student Association, stu- 
dent member of the Board of Regents, a student 
senator, a member of Council of Student Affairs, 
member of Center Board, and Kentucky Intercolle- 
giate State Legislature. 

According to Dean Donald Batch, the college has 
taken major steps this year to review its courses and 
curriculum in regard to its quality. He said, "The 
most important question to ask in reviewing quality 
is: what will benefit the student the most?" 



Above left: This chemistry student prepares to begin her experiment to 
fulfill the lab requirement of the department. Left: Dr. Donald L. Batch 
serves as the dean for the College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences as 
well as an instructor for several classes. 



Academics/Natural & Mathematical Sciences 149 



Reviewing and Updating Programs is a Continuing Goal of 

College of Social & Behavioral Sciences 



The College of Social and Be- 
havioral Sciences offers degrees 
in anthropology, sociology, social 
work, economics, geography, 
planning and development, 
transportation systems, history, 
political science, legal assistance 
and psychology. In addition, the 
college offers internship pro- 
grams for the departments of 
psychology political science, le- 
gal assistance and sociology. 

The high standards of excel- 
lence in education from this col- 
lege are partially due to a con- 
tinuous system of examining the 
strengths and weaknesses of 
each department. This system in- 
volves long-range planning of 
five years which reviews the de- 
partment's progress and makes 
improvements. 

Reid Luhman, professor of so- 
ciology, was named the Out- 
standing Teacher of the College 
of Social and Behavioral Sci- 
ences. During his ten years at the 
University he has been involved 
in numerous scholastic achieve- 
ments and has written a text- 
book. 

Deborah Lynn Bishop was 
chosen as the Outstanding Stu- 
dent for the College. Her major is 
sociology with a GPA of 3.86. She 
has been on the college Dean's 
List. In addition, she was nomi- 
nated for Who's Who Among 
American College Students and 
was recognized by Phi Kappa 
Phi for outstanding scholarship. 



Right: Dr Russell Enzie, dean of the College of 
Social and Behavioral Sciences looks over one 
of his extensive collections of psychology text- 
books. 




Geography students Greg Perry, Glenn Graham a 
lab as part of the requirement for their major. 



irk together to draw up a map in the 




150 Academics/Social & Behavioral Sciences 




Above top: Psychology students conduct various psycho- 
logical experiments as a requirement tor their major Left: 
Social & behavioral students today use the latest technical 
equipment to monitor physical responses to electronic stim- 
uli. Above: Deborah Lynn Bishop, the Outstanding Student 
for the college listens intently during her sociology class. 



Academics/Social & Behavioral Sciences 151 



Being involved and making 
a difference, somehow, 
made students feel as if they 
were a necessary part of the 
University. It made their 
year more meaningful to be 
actively involved! 




152 Involvement Divider 





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Involvement Divider 153 



Alpha Epsilon Rho 



Alpha Epsilon Rho is the na- 
tional broadcasting society for 
students in the broadcasting 
field. AERho enables students in- 
terested in the broadcasting in- 
dustry to not only be recognized 
as an honor student by being 
asked to join the society but it 
also allows them to meet other 
professionals in the broadcasting 
field. This year, AERho worked 
on promoting 4-H in Richmond, 
worked with service campaigns 
for the Tourette Syndrome, and 
contributed to the Mass Commu- 
nications Scholarship Fund. The 
group was organized on campus 
in 1978. AERho's co-advisers are 
Donna Williams and Maureen 
Everett. 




Front row: Helen Wigger, Sec; Marci Eilerman, Act. Corr.; Marty Hensley, Pres.; Janell Meece, Fall 
Sem. Pres.; Deidre Clark, Alum/Prof. Coor.; Debbie L. Lucas, Treas.; Sandy Brockwell, V P. Second 
row: Derek Cross, Christie Rogers, Jennifer Stilwell, Dana Kidwell, Janet Walker, David Jones. Third 
row: Donna Williams, Co- Adv.; Angela McCord, Don Lowe, Richard Kerbaugh, Mark Daniela, Sarah 
S. Bowling, Amy Wilber. Back row: David Hammonds, Mark Baker, Keith Combs, Kelvin Quarles, 
Bob Clark. 



Alpha Phi Sigma 



Alpha Phi Sigma is the na- 
tional criminal justice honor so- 
ciety. It recognizes students who 
have achieved scholastic excel- 
lence and also recognizes the 
hard work and sacrifice that goes 
along with being an outstanding 
student. This year, Alpha Phi 
Sigma participated in a disaster 
drill for the Patti A. Clay Hospi- 
tal, did community service work 
at the MARC center (Madison 
County Association for Retarded 
Citizens), and participated in the 
Student Association's Fall Festi- 
val. Alpha Phi Sigma was found- 
ed at the University in 1971. 
■Their adviser is Dr. Bruce I. Wol- 
ford. 




Front row: Marilyn Lakes, Pres; Melissa Lamborn, V. P; Wendy Solderitch, Sec; Donna Muller, Treas. 
Second row: Angela Leaver, Pamela C. Rhodes, Don Simpson, Anita Marcum, Dede Dollar. Back row: 
Mark Lowe, Leslie Gillis, Brian Parr, Joe Butcher, Jim Fox. 



154 Involvement/ Honoraries 




Delta Omicron 



Front row: Bridget Dunaway, Pres.; Stacy Scurlock, Terry Honchell, Sec; Rachel Taylor, Dir. of Musical 
Act.; Joy Stewart, Treas.; Diane Thornton, 1st V. P. Back row: Rhonda Blevins, 2nd V. P.; Candace 
Ralenkotter, Hist. Chap.; Leslie Stewart, Cheryl Goodall, Ward.; Elizabeth Lovett, Shelia Herring, 
Lora Seward, Amy Gilreath, Dir. of Pub. 



Delta Omicron is a profes- 
sional music fraternity for wom- 
en. They help to promote the 
musical interests of the campus 
and the community and foster 
fellowship of the musicians dur- 
ing the time that they are stu- 
dents. Members ushered at mu- 
sic department recitals, and at 
the Lexington Philharmonic's 
"Pop's in the Park" concert and 
also sponsored the Mary Hinkle 
Music Scholarship. Members 
must have a GPA of 3.0 in music 
courses and a 2.5 overall. Sharon 
Lawrence serves as the chapter 
sponsor and Dr. Bruce Hoagland 
serves as the faculty sponsor. 
Delta Omicron is in its 16th year 
of existence at the University. 




• Delta Sigma Rho • 



Delta Sigma Rho is an honor- 
ary society The group focuses on 
the critical skills and communi- 
cation skills that are used in the 
problem-solving situations 
which are inherent in human be- 
havior. The members of Delta 
Sigma Rho often enter the fields 
of law-public relations, employ- 
ee-management relations, and 
other related areas. They aid in 
establishing the University as an 
institution of academic excel- 
lence in competition with other 
universities in numerous tourna- 
ments. The group is advised by 
Dr. Max Huss. 



Front row: Frank Stapleton, Pres.; Bernardine Reed, V. P.; Max Huss, Adv. Second row: Deidre Clark, 
Kathy Schulze, Mark Hundely. Back row: Todd Berling, Scott Northcutt. 



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• Delta Tau Alpha 



Delta Tau Alpha is an honor- 
ary society for agriculture stu- 
dents who excel in the depart- 
ment. Members must be at least a 
sophomore with a GPA of 3.0 in 
major classes and an overall GPA 
of 2.5. This organization encour- 
ages high ethical standards in ag- 
riculture. Their major project was 
attending the National Conven- 
tion at Southwest Missouri State 
University. At the convention, 
they had a bedding plant sale 
and a booth at the farm machin- 
ery show to help promote EKU 
agriculture. They also sold poin- 
settias during the spring semes- 
ter. 




Fronl row: W. Scott Althauser, Pari.; Melanie Vicent, 1st V. P.; Jeff Brown, Pres.; Beth Sebastian, 2nd 
V.P.; Michael Schlanser, Rptr.; Anne Barker, Sec. Back row: Greg Kist, Dennis DeWeese, Kevin Riley, 
Rodney Anderson, Amy Walker, Suzanne Taggart, Karla Adams, Paul Greenwell, Mark Deacon. 



Gamma Iota Sigma • 



Gamma Iota Sigma, formerly 
the Insurance Society, is the Uni- 
versity's National collegiate in- 
surance fraternity. Founded in 
1978, Gamma Iota Sigma at- 
tempts to promote insurance as a 
course of study at the University 
as well as in the industry. Mem- 
bers attended the GIS National 
Convention at the University of 
Alabama in Tuscaloosa this year 
as well as participating in insur- 
ance study programs in Ken- 
tucky, Ohio and southern Indi- 
ana, where they displayed infor- 
mation about the EKU chapter to 
members of the insurance indus- 
try. The group's advisers are Dr. 
Sam Weiss and Dr. Kenneth Ken- 
nedy. 




Front row: Wade Hembree, Sec./Tres.; Henry Coins, Pres.; Rob Proctor, V P; Dr. Samuel Weese 
Back row: Tim O'Rourke, Randy Troutman, Steven Parrish, Dorsey H. Good, Jr. 



Adv. 



156 Involvement/Honoraries 




Front row: Deborah Bishop, Treas.; Linda Biship, Sec; Carla Breeding Dale, V. R; Melody Flynn, Pres.; 
Linda Williams, Hist.; Becky Ostrander, Hist.; Glynn Creamer, Adv. Second row: Heather Haydon, 
Kim Hensley, Cherly Fannin, Julie Ives, Krista Wyrick, Pamela Morris, Anna demons, Cheryl 
Bachman, Tamara Blau, Diane Thornton. Third row: Wendy Stevens, Jose Hernandez, Kathy Clayton, 
LeeAnn Walters, Pamela Robinson, Amy Elliott, Susan Martin, Cheryl Klatt, Jennifer Isaacs. Back 
row: Steven Johnson Rowlette, Lynn Settles, Alice Cooper, Donna Smith, Diane Seng, Timothy 
Shuber, Mary Hannan, Debra Addison, Timothy Wernery. 



Kappa Delta Pi 



Kappa Delta Pi was founded 
on May 5, 1935. It is an honor 
society in the field of education. 
The purpose of the organization 
is to encourage high profession- 
al, intellectual and personal stan- 
dards and to recognize outstand- 
ing contributions to education. 
They also stress excellence in 
scholarship and improvement in 
teacher preparation. Some of the 
projects Kappa Delta Pi partici- 
pated in were the RIF program 
and a "Super Social" for all edu- 
cation majors. The group, which 
has been on campus for 48 years, 
is advised by Mrs. Elizabeth Jef- 
fries and Dr. Glynn Creamer. 




Front row: Karen Olde, Don Greenwall, Adv.; Philip White, Treas.; Monica Fltner, V. P; Karen 
Applegate, Pres.; Greg Allender, Sec; Pat Costello, Corr. Sec; Dania Egedi. Second row: Jeff York, 
Mary Biddle, Valiant Cheng, Kelly McKnight, Joyce A. Demovshek, Barb McGrath, John Gill, 
Annette Ohlmann, Connie Clark, Ellen Daugherty, Thomas Armstrong, Ted Averbeck, Keith 
Stephenson. Back row: Marc Albin, Phillip Hamilton, David Souder, Lisa Harrison, James Clem, 
Mary Badgley, Randy Dotson, Robin Meyer, Debbie Whitt, Richard Garland, Scott Taylor, Vince 
Leopold, John Bray. 



• Kappa Mu Epsilon • 



Kappa Mu Epsilon was 

founded at the University on 
March 27, 1971. They are an hon- 
orary math society designed to 
promote undergraduate appre- 
ciation of math. The club also 
works to improve faculty /stu- 
dent relations and promote ca- 
maraderie among departmental 
majors. Among the many pro- 
jects sponsored by Kappa Mu Ep- 
silon are tutoring services, host- 
ing the 1983 KME National Con- 
vention and assisting with the 
University's Math and Science 
Day held on campus. They also 
sponsored a faculty/student 
Christmas party and participated 
in the Fall Festival. Dr. Patrick 
Costello is the KME Correspond- 
ing Secretary and Dr. Donald 
Greenwell serves as faculty ad- 
viser. 



Involvement/Honoraries 157 



Kappa Tau Alpha 



Kappa Tau Alpha is a national 
communications honorary soci- 
ety that is open to journalism, 
broadcasting and public relations 
majors. The requirements for 
membership include being a se- 
nior communications major with 
at least a 3.2 GPA. The organiza- 
tion, which is still in its infancy 
stages, was established last 
spring when Dr. Glen Kleine, 
chairman of the Mass Communi- 
cation department saw the need 
to recognize outstanding seniors 
in the field. In addition to the 
academic requirement, members 
must also display leadership 
abilities. Kappa Tau Alpha raised 
money this year for the depart- 
mental scholarship fund. The 
group's adviser is Dr. Glen 
Kleine. 




Front row: Sandy Brockwell, Sec; Christy Guttridge, V. P.; Donna Slone Smith, Pres.; Debbie Luca 
Treas. Second row: Mary Brodbeck, Julie Craven, Cheryl Scheringer, Angela McCord. Back row: 
Thomas Barr, Larilynn Leffler, Judy Walton, Marty Hensley. 



Lambda Sigma 



Lambda Sigma is a sopho- 
more honorary society. This or- 
ganization encourages leader- 
ship and service on campus. 
Members worked on service pro- 
jects for the campus as well as for 
the Richmond community. Their 
goal is to increase student in- 
volvement and pride in EKU. 
The group helped freshmen by 
giving campus tours, assisting 
with move-in day, handing out 
ID's and sponsoring mentor pro- 
grams. In addition, Lambda Sig- 
ma worked at nursing homes, 
sold spirit towels, worked at Sen- 
ate and Homecoming elections 
and sponsored a booth at the Fall 
Festival. Lambda Sigma, found- 
ed in 1976, is advised by Dr. Mar- 
.tha Grise and Dr. Ron Wolfe. 




Front row: Donna Buckman, Ann Rudd, Lisa Yates, Treas,; Joe Powell, Pres.; Annis Crabtree, V P.; Beth 
Chirwood, Ext. Chpr.; Dianne Storey, Rit. Chpr.; Sue Pohlman, Sec; Elizabeth Cummins, Jr. Adv.; 
Melody Brandenburg. Second row: Julie Burt, Lisa Klinger, Gina Ross, Susan Mitchell, Norman 
Smith, Jr. Adv.; Ellen Hancock, Debra Rose, Robin Garnett, Nancy Brennan, Jr. Adv.; Chris Smith, 
Kathy Clayton, Sr. Advisor; Annette Burdine, Dana Kidwell. Back row: Pam Verille, Cathy Head, 
Sheila Mullins, David Fletcher, Katie Kardwitz, Kevin Lothridg, Sr. Adv.; Donna Lambers, Amy Topp, 
Kathy Bryant, Christi Ward, Mary Beth McAuliffe, Laura Wireman, Lynn Settles, Sr. Adv. 



158 Involvement/Honoraries 




Mortar Board 



Front row: Lynn Bouchard, Comm. Dir.; Jenni Wood, Treas.; Tyra Gaylord, V. P.; Jeff Brown, Pres.; Jane 
Stander, Sec; Nancy Thomas, Act. Chpr.; Peggy Baas, Hist. Second row: Cheryl L. Klatt, Monica R. 
Feltner, Susan L. Wade, Elaine Hoke, Debbi Scott, Dr. Martha S. Conway, Sr. Adv.; Annette Ohlmann, 
Lisa Rullman, Regina Burton, Julie Ives, Marybeth Chambers, Carla Breeding Dale. Back row: Greg 
Alexander, Steve Parr, Connie Clark, Susan Skees, Woody Stevens, Mary Hannan, Kim Kuhn, Kay 
Turpin, Philip White, Marty Hensley, Todd Moberly. 



Mortar Board is a senior hon- 
or society. This organization was 
formed last year when Collegiate 
Pentacle, the previous senior 
honor society, gained national 
recognition. Selection of mem- 
bers must be approved by the 
National Office, thus it is indeed 
an honor to be accepted into the 
group. Mortar Board adds pres- 
tige, character, and leadership to 
the University. This year, they 
hoped to establish a leadership 
workshop for all organizations 
on campus. Some other projects 
the group was involved in in- 
cluded contributing to the Unit- 
ed Way campaign, working with 
Lexington's international book 
project, and tutoring Madison 
County High School students. 




Front row: Rhonda Richert, Debbi Scott, V.P.; Laura B. Schroeter, Pres.; John Bradley, Sec. /Treas.; 
Nancy R. Holt, Adv.; Cheryl Scheringer. Back row: Debra Anderson, Debbie Whitt, Jamie Jarvis, Janet 
Lohr, Anita Vincent, Rhonda Blevins. 



Order of Omega is a national 
Greek honorary. Membership re- 
quirements are a junior standing, 
an overall GPA of 2.6, and out- 
standing service and involve- 
ment in the individual chapter, 
Greek community and campus. 
The Beta Epsilon chapter was 
founded on campus on Novem- 
ber 14, 1977, and includes such 
honorary members as Dr. Robert 
R. Martin, who was made an 
honorary member last spring. 
They support and help with all 
Greek activities. Order of Omega 
has also conducted a scholar- 
ship/time management work- 
shop for the Greek system. The 
organization is advised by Nancy 
Holt. 



Involvement/Honoraries 159 



• Phi Alpha Theta 



The history honor society, Phi 
Alpha Theta, has been in exis- 
tence at the University for 17 
years. This international society 
has over 600 chapters in fifty 
states, Puerto Rico, Canada, and 
the Phillipine Islands. Member- 
ship is composed of students and 
faculty who have been elected to 
membership on the basis of ex- 
cellence in the study and writing 
of history. Phi Alpha Theta's ob- 
jective is to promote history by 
encouraging research, quality 
teaching, publications and the 
exchange of learning among its 
members. Each spring the group 
assists with the implementation 
of History Day held on the Uni- 
versity's campus. Their adviser is 
Dr. Keith Algier. 



• Phi Epsilon Kappa 



Phi Epsilon Kappa is a phys- 
ical education honorary. 
Through speakers and audio-vi- 
sual aids they exchange informa- 
tion and experience with the 
community concerning matters 
relating to the interdependent 
areas of health education, phys- 
ical education, recreation, and 
safety education, including pro- 
grams, methods, techniques, ma- 
terial and training and research. 
It adds a chance for physical edu- 
cation students to join a profes- 
sional organization and learn to 
become a professional. Phi Epsi- 
lon Kappa tries to present to the 
community a new outlook of the 
physical education profession. 
Hal Holmes and Dan Lichty are 
the advisers. Phi Epsilon Kappa 
was founded at the University 
on April 26, 1974. 




Front row: Eddie Cravens, Hist.; Wendy Stevens, Sec; Karen Olde, V. P.; Stuart Wilson, Pres. Second 
row: Pat Morrissey, Angie Hackel, Larry Clements, Frances Launa Smith, Marshall Nathanson. Back 
row: Dan Lichty, Adv.; Eric Smith, George Dean, Stephanie Domanico, Hal Holmes, Adv. 



160 Involvement/Honoraries 




Front row: Robin Higgins, Terri Cox, Pres.; LeAhne Scott, V P.; Back row: W. H. Watkins, Adv.; Maggie 
Price, Jane Hommes, Sec./Treas.; Treska W. Welch, Micheal Bradle. 



Psi Chi 



Psi Chi, Eastern's national 
honor society for psychology 
majors or minors requires mem- 
bers to be in the top 35% of their 
class. As well as promoting 
scholarship and achievement, 
this organization aids students in 
their post-graduation job search. 
Psi Chi gives psychology stu- 
dents the opportunity to share 
knowledge and understanding 
with fellow students and faculty 
members. This year, the group 
sponsored various programs on 
graduate studies. Speakers were 
invited to describe employment 
in the field of psychology. Dr. 
William H. Watkins serves as Psi 
Chi's adviser. 




Sigma Delta Pi 



Front row: Juli Hastings, Pres.; Back row: Tracey Floyd, Acad. V. P.; Robin Higgins, Soc. V. P.; Sherri 
Hicks, Exec. V. P 



Sigma Delta Pi is an honorary 
for those students who have 
earned a GPA of 3.0 or better in 
the Spanish language depart- 
ment, along with the completion 
of at least one Spanish literature 
class. Members have a far-reach- 
ing interest in cultures other 
than their own. They hope to 
convey their enthusiasm for the 
Hispanic language, culture and 
history to everyone and encour- 
age them to learn and experience 
it. Sigma Delta Pi works closely 
with the Spanish Club on such 
projects as the Red Cross Blood 
Mobile drive and tutoring Span- 
ish students. They have been ac- 
tive on campus since 1973. Dr. 
Norris MacKinnon serves as the 
adviser. 



Involvement/ Honoraries 161 



Sigma Tau Delta 



Sigma Tau Delta is an English 
honorary. It promotes outstand- 
ing performance in the field of 
English. They provide a meeting 
ground for students of like inter- 
est in English language and lit- 
erature. As a club, they have giv- 
en receptions for theater produc- 
tions and honored retiring 
English professors. Sigma Tau 
Delta is advised by Dorothy Sut- 
ton and Harry Brown. 




Front row: Diane Thorton, Hist.; Phyllis Collins, V. P.; Dawn Marsh, Pres.; Yvonne Wisnicky, Soc. 
Chpr; Sherri Long, Soc. Chpr. Back row: Harry Brown, Adv.; Juli Hastings, Janet Johnson, Daniel 
Zoeller, Jennifer Brown, Lisa Pace, Abigail McCormick, Dorothy M. Sutton, Adv.; Joe Powell. 



Sigma Tau Pi 



Sigma Tau Pi, one of the 

oldest organizations on campus, 
is a business honorary society 
The goal of this society is to pro- 
mote a feeling of unity and fel- 
lowship among its members and 
to provide opportunities for so- 
cial and educational growth. In 
order for a person to become a 
member of Sigma Tau Pi, he or 
she must be at least a sophomore 
currently enrolled in the busi- 
ness curriculum with a 3.0 GPA 
or better. The group planned get- 
acquainted activities for mem- 
bers, as well as guest speakers 
and banquets. They also partici- 
pated in the Bizarre Bazaar and 
the United Way drive. Sigma Tau 
Pi, founded in 1926, is advised by 
Dr. Fred Engle, Jr. 




Front row: R. Fetzer, L. Wells, R. Isom, S. Mitchell, V. Hamby, M. Vaughn. Second row: K. Webster, M. 
Wells, N. Oeswein, V. Wiley, C. May, D. Grant, M. Hassf under, M. Bryant, G. Abell, V. P.; J. Stander, Rep.; 
R. Burton, Pres.; V Baker, Treas.; M. Derr, G. Burgess, J. Browning, M. Brannon, M. Schnitzler, L. Yates, 
J. Yeary. Third row: M. Smith, R. Huff, G. Green, A. Smith, G. Chrozozon, K. Burkes, M. Sutton, D. 
McGonigle, R. Reeb, D. Brown, A. Rudd, J. Burt, B. Brennan, M. Walter, M. Swiney, W. R. Hart, H. 
Sebastian, J. Scearce, D. Blevins, D. Newton, J. Wiley, M. Blackerby. Back row: J. R. Wilson, J. Woods, L. 4 
Greenwell, A. Davidson, L. Balbard, G. Hunkenmowller, D. Kauscher, N. Smith, D. Pauley, T. Hulett, 
K. Cole, L. Ray, Dr. F. Engle, Spon.; R. Cox, D. Spence, C Allen, D. Willis, W Craig, W Woolsev, M. 
Ernst, A. Dah'l, T. Sheets, A. Campbell, S. Parks, P. Wehrman. 



162 Involvement/Honoraries 





1 



rzai 



Phi Kappa Phi is a senior honor society which de- 
mands the highest degree of academics excellence of 
any honorary at the University. They strive to en- 
courage superior scholarship in all academic areas. 
Membership is restricted to those seniors who have 
attained a 3.7 grade-point average or above and have 
demonstrated scholarship and leadership in their 
field of study as well as all other academic subjects. 



Gregory E. Allender 
Joanna Angel 
Verna L. Baker 
Larry Ballard 
Linda Diane Bishop 
Russell L. Bogue 
Regina Lyn Burton 
Bambi S. Campbell 
James L. Carter 
Vicki L. Carter 
Sandra L. Chumbley 
Phyllis Jo Collins 
Radeana L. Collins 
Alice M. Cooper 
Sheri E. Cornell 
Wanda A. Craig 



Jack L. Culross 
Ellen Christina Daugherty 
Teresa L. Daulton 
Jacqueline L. Day 
Bridget L. Dunaway 
Melinda G. Easley 
Micheal Joseph Ernest 
Russell F. Enzie 
Monica Renee Feltner 
Barbara Joan Fennell 
David D. Gale 
Tyra Denee Gaylord 
Teresa A. Hagan 
Marvin Hensley Jr. 
Elaine K. Hoke 



Leslie L. Johnson 
Andrea Sara Leeson 
Susan Massey 
Lisa K. Mayberry 
Melissa G. McGee 
Paula Gayle Morton 
Rachel I. Rhude 
Debbi Scott 
Lori J. Smith 
Mary Jane Stander 
Patti C. Towery 
Susan Lynn Wade 
Mark Douglas Wells 
Philip H. White 
Elizabeth Sandidge Willis 



Involvement/Honoraries 163 




Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges is an honor given to 
outstanding students at the University. These 
students are nominated by faculty staff and the 
Student Association and are honored at Com- 
mencement exercises in May. Eligibility de- 
pends upon a 2.7 grade-point average, active 
participation within organizations, and having 
been enrolled in the University for at least two 
years. The Milestone would like to congratu- 
late these students. 



c>> 



Who's Who 

\\io\(,mui)i:mm.\ 

American 
' universities & 
(jolle^es 



Gina L. Abell 
Karen Applegate 
Verna L. Baker 
Thomas J. Barr III 
Sara M. Begley 
Deborah L. Bishop 
Lynn M. Bouchard 
Jeffery L. Brown 
Regina L. Burton 
Marybeth Chambers 
Brina K. Chandler 
Connie R. Clark 
Phyllis J. Collins 
Daniel R. Deller 
Marvetta M. Douglas 
David M. Easterling 
Karen L. Evans 
Monica R. Feltner 
Tracye L. Floyd 



Gary E. Frohn 
Amy L. Gardner 
Teresa A. Hagan 
Julia L. Hastings 
Jennifer R. Helton 
James B. Henry 
Carl J. Kappes 
Cheryl L. Klatt 
Rose M. Kuhl 
Andrea S. Leeson 
Marc L. Leis 
Charles D. Linebach 
Dawn F. Marsh 
Jacqueline M. May 
Todd D. Moberly 
Donna L. Morris 
Jonathan C. Murath 
Annette M. Ohlmann 
Rhonda L. Richert 



Stephanie E. Risner 
Constance J. Semler 
Joseph L. Settles 
Melissa L. Shore 
Jennifer L. Smith 
Jonathan T Son 
Joyce A. Spencer 
Mary J. Stander 
Wendy S. Stevens 
Nancy J. Thomas 
Leandre K. Turpin 
Susan L. Wade 
Belinda K. Ward 
Mary E. Weigel 
Philip H. White 
Stuart G. Wilson 
James R. Wilson 
Margaret D. Winkler 
Jennifer L. Wood 



164 Involvement/Honoraries 




ACEI 



The Association for Child- 
hood Education International 

is a professional organization for 
those concerned with children, 
from infancy through early ado- 
lescence. The club's purpose is to 
enhance the quality of family life 
and to improve educational cli- 
mate for children. Members at- 
tended the Kentucky Fall Con- 
ference at Murray State Univer- 
sity and the International 
Conference in Vancouver, British 
Columbia, Canada. ACEI also 
sponsors an annual book fair on 
campus. Mrs. Mabel Jennings 
and Dr. Alfred Morris serve as 
the group's advisers. 



Front row: Mabel W. Jennings, Adv.; Kay Turpin, V. P; Cindy Lear, Pres.; Leslie Robinson, Sec. Second 
row: Connie Wolfe, Kathy Amari, Amy Crider, Teresa Davis, Tracye Fruth, Debra Addison. Third row: 
Cheryl M. Bachman, Nancy Smith, Selena Cook, Debbie Stirnemann. Back row: Tony Baker, 
Kimberlv Rapson, Debbie Kammerer, Paula Morton, Michelle Stirnemann, Rebecca Brown. 




Front row: Mark Sutton, Treas.; Regina Burton, V P; Verna Baker, Pres.; Mark Wells, Sec ; Ken Griffith, 
Adv. Second row: Debra Hayes, Hau-yin Cheng, Delia Blevins, Tamela Meade, Norman Smith, 
Brenda Lewis, Julie Burt, Robin Cox, Cindy Allen, Cara Dyer, Susan Griffith, Bobbi Brennan, Teresa 
Daulton, Loretta Lawson. Third row: Wanda Craig, Sharon Isreal, Melinda Schnitzler, Ramona 
Gabbard, John Stone, Walter Woosley, Timothy Walker, Mark Holmes, Kurt Giebel, Anthony Combs, 
Richard Mitchell, Gwendolyn Green, Tamara Coffey, Melva Moore, Jamie Thomas. Back row: Pam J. 
Hesselbrock, Melba Vaughn, Sandra L. Carroll, William R. Hart, Anthony Davidson, James H. 
Jennings, Mark J. Sizemore, Eddie Johnston, Larry Ballard, Tracy McFaddin, Donna Lyons, Hope E. 
Sebastian, Donna Willis, Tamyra Prater. 



Accounting Club • 



The Accounting Club is an 

organization for students with a 
strong interest in accounting. 
The club strives to give members 
a first-hand look at public and 
industrial accounting outside the 
classroom. Members did volun- 
teer income tax assistance for 
low-income families, which gave 
them actual hands-on experience 
in preparing tax returns. The or- 
ganization also held presenta- 
tions at the Holiday Inn for the 
"Big Eight" accounting firms. In 
addition, they visited a national 
accounting firm in Louisville. 
The Accounting Club was 
founded at EKU in 1963. Their 
adviser is Mr. Kenneth Griffith. 



Involvement 165 



Agriculture Club 



The Agriculture Club serves 
as a service organization for the 
students and faculty of the agri- 
culture department. The group 
helps people within the depart- 
ment get to know each other bet- 
ter and promotes involvement 
among the members of the com- 
munity It also aids in interaction 
between the faculty and the stu- 
dents. The Agriculture Club is 
advised by Mike Judge and Dr. 
William Stocker. It was founded 
at the Universitv in 1974. 




Front row: W, Scott Althauser, V P. Paul Greenwell, Rec Dir., Gregory Kist, Pres., Beth Sebastian, Sec , 
Larry Greenwell, Rep., Micheal Schlanser, Treas Back row: Kevin Riley, Ann Kirby, Phil Jones, 
Micheal Judge, Adv.; Dennis DeVVeese. 



ALE 



The Association of Law En- 
forcement offers a chance for any 
student in the College of Law En- 
forcement to unite with other 
students and teachers in the 
common goal of criminal justice. 
They hold annual Career Days 
which offer any student the 
chance to meet and confer with 
prospective employers in the 
various fields of criminal justice. 
Guest speakers add to the educa- 
tional aspect of the club. The club 
has also done extensive work at 
the Telford and MARC commu- 
nity centers by helping with re- 
pairs. Lucille Robuck serves as 
the group s adviser. ALE has been 
on campus since 1969. 




Front row: Gwyn Scott, Alan Poinde\ter, Sgt-Arms, Diane Feger, Treas., Don Simpson, Pres.; Dwayne 
J. Pettie, V. P.; Kelly Moore, Sec; Faith Cady Second row: Doris Perkins, Joe Clark. Bob Kain, Dennis 
Hefner, Art Longnaker, Angela Leaver, Wendy Soldentch, Melissa Lamborn, Linda Durrell, Lorraine 
M Grabauskas, Mary Jo VVurts, Dede Dollar, April Brown, Brian Parr. Back row: Terry G'dley, Daniel 
E Busser, Robert S. Stack, Sandy Steilberg, Anita W, Abell, Theresa Pike, Bette Smith, Pamela C 
Rhodes, Karen Ivie, Sharon Mclver, Scott Pickett, Mark F. Lowe. 



166 Involvement 




ACM 



The Association of Computer 

Machinery is an organization 
open to those students who are 
computer science majors, minors 
or are interested in the field of 
computers. ACM frequently 
holds forums with guest speak- 
ers on such topics as robotics. 
They try to keep up-to-date on 
the new technologies in comput- 
ers. The club also participated in 
an annual Career Day, held at the 
University. 



Front row: Scott Taylor, Treas., Kathy Clark, Sec; Wayne Haubner, V R, James L. Clem, Pres. Second 
row: Valiant Cheng, Robin Meyer, Mary Badglev, Kim Walker, Cyndie Smith Third row: Mary E. 
Biddle, Nancy Davidson, Dania Egedi, Karen Appelgate, Mark Alsip Back row: Philip White, 
Thomas Armstrong, Gary Jackson, Andrew Diseker, Phil Fox. 




AMA 



Front row: Rhonda Richert, Randy Greves, V. P., Scott Jennings, Prog. Chpr., Brian Gibbs, Pres., Jill 
Cassell, Treas.; Vickie Shadoa. Back row: Walter B. Brown, Sharon Kay Parks, Bill Martin, Sherry 
Pedigo, Shari Herrin, Scott Northcutt, Vonda Croucher, Sharon Criswell, Shawn Tower. 



The American Marketing As- 
sociation is a national pre-profes- 
sional organization open to any- 
one interested in the field of mar- 
keting, advertising and other 
areas in the College of Business. 
They strive to unite their mem- 
bers in a structured, learning at- 
mosphere and to acquaint them 
with marketing and how it re- 
lates to the business world. The 
club hosts speakers from all over 
the country on various market- 
ing and advertising techniques 
and potential job opportunities. 
One of the projects that AMA 
participated in was Marketing 
Day, held in conjunction with 
Business Events Day held in the 
spring. Dr. Janet Hibbard serves 
as the group's adviser. 



Involvement 167 



ASA 



The Art Student Association 

provides opportunities for the 
University community to be ex- 
posed to art in a very direct, vivid 
manner. The group works to 
make the University community 
aware of the artistic talents and 
resources available by participa- 
tion in public events. ASA also 
sponsors trips to major metro- 
politan cities such as New York 
to participate in various cultural 
events. They also participated in 
the Fall Festival and the Bizzare 
Bazaar. Through various social 
events, a rapport is established 
between students and faculty 
members in a non-classroom en- 
vironment. ASA is advised by 
Mr. Donald Dewey. 




Front row: Pam Estep, Benny Wright, Jr, Jamie Jaruis, Co-Pub Chmn.; Anita Hagan, V. P.; Terri 
Griggs Back row: Donald Dewey, Susan Massey, Sec, Steven Dempsey, Pres.; Amy Williams, Treas,, 
Rod French, 



Caduceus Club 



The Caduceus Club is a pre- 
professional organization that 
provides informative programs 
to students in medical and other 
health related fields. The organi- 
zation aids students in pursuing 
careers in the various health care 
fields. Information is offered to 
students ranging from prepara- 
tion aids for the Medical and 
Dental College Administration 
Tests to admission requirements 
for entrance to all medical and 
dental colleges. This year, the 
club toured the University of 
Louisville School of Medicine, 
held a Get-Acquainted picnic at 
the Irvine-McDowell Park and 
held an Honors Banquet at 
Boone Tavern Restaurant. The 
Caduceus Club is advised by Dr. 
John L. Meisenheimer and Dr. 
Sanford Jones. 

168 Involvement 




Front row: Dave Ponder, V P; Ben Meisenheimer, Pres, Tyra Gaylord, Sec; Lisa Bentley, Pub. Second 
row: William Hay, Mike Sutkamp, Jon Sutkamp, Thomas Brown, Kevin Miller, Kelli Medley, Todd 
Pesavento, Teresa Hulsey, Sherry Buskirk, Dr. John Meisenheimer, Spon. Back row: Basil Halliday, 
Ben Jason Childers, David H. igo, Deborah Lynn Jimenez, Carla Stearns, Charlie Sutkamp, Bill 
Metcalf, Becki Vonluehrte, Elizabeth Long, Kimberly Petrie. 




BSU 

The Baptist Student Union is a 

religious organization on cam- 
pus that works to help its mem- 
bers become better leaders in the 
church, and give them a chance 
to grow spiritually, emotionally 
and physically. The BSU gives its 
members a chance to grow in 
and with Christ in many ways. 
They conduct clown, puppet and 
drama ministries as well as pro- 
grams on sign language for the 
deaf. They also travel to nursing 
homes in the Richmond area to 
minister. Aside from these activi- 
ties, the BSU feels it is their re- 
sponsibility to minister to the 
University and community 
around them. 




FRONT ROW: N. Searing, L. Schmidt, M. Huff, K Wyrick, K. Wyrick, C. Lee, B. Hunsinger, J Zartman, J. Calder, R. Clifton, CBYW president; C Lyons, P. Clifton, L. 
Williams, Christian Soc. Action Coord.; L. Johnson, S. Reder. SECOND ROW: J. Helton, Pres.; D. McClellan, Com. Coord.; T. Byrnside, B. Radin, J. Jackson, M. Allison, 
M. Tharp, Lunchencounter; S. Puckett, Rec. Coord.; M. Bryan, R Beatty, A. McDuffey, S. McMullen, D. Perkins, R. Huff, A. Walker, C Ashley, A. Miller, L. Pack, S. Kiper, 
D. Vincent, V.R THIRD ROW: L. Knikle, D. Reed, Foods Coord.; M. Strange, S. Rizenbergs, E. Cummins, C. Dobson, J. Greene, Soc. /Coffeehouse Coord.; L. Haake, R. 
Strohmeier, S. Smith, D. Oschwald, K. Miller, L. Stewart, R. Stotts, Spiritual Life Coord. FOURTH ROW: D Ward, S Shepherd, J. Brandenburg, D Fletcher, R Kramp, 

D. Parke, J. Powell, K. Ashley, C. Champ, P. Smith, Worship Coord.; W, Spivey, E. Reffett, S Smith, D. Wallace, D. Stamps, L. Lawrence, Missions Coord.; T. Son, C. Le- 
shon, J. Sudduth, Center/Outreach Coord; M. Cain, D.Campbell, B. Fleming. BACK ROW: J. Ward, N. Bryan, A. Siegler, J.Copley, M. Hayes, D. Singleton, T. Watkins, 

E. Coulter, B. Ellis, Special Ministries Coord. 



Involvement 169 



BSNA 



The Baccalaureate Student 
Nurses Association is a pre-pro- 
fessional organization for pre- 
nursing students. It adds to the 
quality of the University by pro- 
viding an organization which 
promotes and furthers the pro- 
fessional growth of the students. 
The BSNA serves the campus 
and community by giving free 
blood pressure screenings and 
encouraging the faculty and stu- 
dents to make a contribution to 
the Blood Mobile each semester. 
They also work with many 
fundraisers such as March of 
Dimes and United Way. The 
BSNA is a constituent of the Ken- 
tucky Association of Nursing 
Students and the National Stu- 
dent Nurses Association. The 
group's adviser is Linda Wray 





Front row: Valerie Wade, Pub.; Kellv Irwin, V P, Lisa Hvman, Pres., Annettia McDuffev. Treas., Tammv GallowavRec. Sec; Tami Bishop, Hist, Second row: 
Judy Meiman, Gina Lentini, Mary Kay Hack, Donna Burch, Theresa Renn, Lisa Rullman, Lori Clark, Third row: Lesa Wimsatt, Nancy Swanson, Florence 
Belin, Connie Smith, Pamela Neal, Susan Schaffer, Amy Peterson, Mary Weigel. Back row: Karen Schmidt, Vicky Holbrook, Sharon Smith, Melinda 
Hampton, Debbie Hess, Billye Preston, Mary Gene Klein, Sheri L. Wade, Molly Weigel. 



170 Involvement 




Catalina Club 



Front row: Jill Garrison, Debra Timmons, Dania Egedi, Liz Rogers, Kristin Duncan, Sec, Lisa Frye, 
Treas.; Nannette Metz, Pres.; April Raffignone, V, P, Lori Stringer, Elmer Bontrager Second row: June 
L. Crenshaw, Lisa L. Fawcett, Beverly S. Kruer, Laura Gnepper, Christi Crenshaw, Stephanie 
Domanico, Leigh Ann Dosch, Karen Olde, Cindy Lyons, Mark Duecker. Back row: Laura 
VanVVagenen, Denise Quillen, Pamela Headv, Jen Carter, Brenda Boucher, Pamela Cozette, Blanton 
Ware, Angle Glatthaar, Lisa Prop, Melanie Azbill, David T. Day, Adv. 




The Catalina Club is a co-ed 
synchronized swimming club. 
The club puts on a water show 
every spring semester. They also 
gave training in the area of cre- 
ative aquatics. Geared toward 
both totally inexperienced swim- 
mers as well as highly advanced, 
the club serves all who are inter- 
ested. The Catalina Club has 
been on campus approximately 
20 years, since 1963. The faculty 
adviser is David Todd Day. 



Chosun Cats 



The Chosun Cats is a club 
formed around the art of Tae 
Kwondo. The organization pro- 
vides the student with a basis for 
which they can learn a form of 
self-defense. It also gives those 
who join a way to build confi- 
dence and keep in good physical 
condition at the same time. The 
club participated in many tour- 
naments both in and out-of-state. 
They also performed demonstra- 
tions in various dormitories. The 
Chosun Cats are led by Major 
Richard Anderson. 



Front row: Naomi Fonda, Sec/Treas., Karol Korrfhager, Guy Delius, Bill Sullivan, Mike Nold, Equip. 
Mgr, Jane Hettinger. Second row: Timmy Smalley, John Wells, Brent Norris, Alan Stockard, Randy 
Adams. Back row: Thomas Peoples, Robert McCool, Darryl Scott, Eric Garner, Greg Shouse, Kevin 
Anderson, Charlie Pharis, David Knuckles, Mike Railey, David Wallace. 



Involvement 171 



Circle K 



Circle K is a service organiza- 
tion that allows members to meet 
new people and have fun while 
helping their community and 
others. The club had various so- 
cial and service activities 
throughout the year. Among 
their service projects for the com- 
munity were Meals-on-Wheels, 
parties for the Telford Communi- 
ty Center and having Easter egg 
hunts for the children at Brock- 
ton. They also aided in national 
fund drives for UNICEF, the 
Heart Fund and the Special 
Olympics. Circle K has been ac- 
tive on campus for approximate- 
ly 20 years. They are advised by 
Dr. Don Calitri and Dr. Morris 
Taylor, and are also sponsored by 
the Richmond Kiwanis Club. 




Front row: Michael Schlanser, Treas.; Dianne Greenwell, V. P; Cara Dyer, Pres.; Joanna Armstrong, 
Sec; Dr. Morris D. Taylor, Adv.; Dr. Donald L. Calitri, Adv. Second row: Connie Greenwell, Laura 
Strange, Marcie Strange, Dana Cave, Karen Greenwell, Larry Greenwell Back row: Chervl Ballard, 
Victoria Hamby, David Cecil, Barbara Latham, Janet Johnson, Mike Bongiorno, Margaret Taylor. 



DPMA 



The Data Processing Man- 
agement Association is a pre- 
professional organization for 
those students in the business 
department interested in com- 
puters and data processing. 
DPMA hosts guest speakers at 
their meetings in order to learn 
about potential career opportu- 
nities. The club strives to inform 
students what the business 
world is like and the many op- 
portunities that await them after 
graduation. DPMA has been on 
campus since 1979. The club's ad- 
visers are Dr. Engin Lynn and 
Don Carr. 




Front row: Ben Maggio, Jr. Hist.; Gina Abell, Sec; Steve Raike, Pres., Jennifer Westerman, V. P.; 
Michael Blackerby, Treas Second row: Jack Burton, Brian Fruth, Joy Stewart, Georgene Burgess, Julie 
Palechek, April Lynn Allen, Katrina L. Cole. Back row: Jeff Talbot, Ronald Johnson, Vicki Ashley, 
Marv Hassfurder, Mark Abeling, Dave Cornett. 



172 Involvement 




Dance Theatre 



Front row: Virginia Nill Jinks, Co-Dir., Andrea Turner, |uhe Hein, Treas , Daniel Busser, Pres.. Kelli 
Medley, V. P.; Cheryl Yates, Sec; Kirsten Hasbrouck, Pub. Man., Becky Bach, Andv Baker, Carol Shima, 
Co-Dir. Second row: Joanna Davis, Gayle Lear, Jennifer Brooks, Janet Zartman, Maria Yeager, Kelli 
Neal, Maggie Price, Pam Ravenscraft, Billye Preston, Linda Brown. Back row: Stephanie Risner, Julie 
Overton, Karen Rowe, Art Rupe, Kim Myers, Bette Smith, Sabra Meuth, Julie Skogstrom. 



The Eastern Dance Theatre is 

an organization of dancers that 
gives students experience per- 
forming in front of crowds of 
people, and to expose students to 
different cultural dances. They 
perform numerous dances 
throughout the year which are 
open to all community members. 
During Eastern European Cul- 
tural Week, the theatre per- 
formed several dances and also 
traveled to numerous local 
schools for performances. The 
Dance Theatre is in its 34th year 
of existence on the University 
campus, having been founded in 
1950. Co-artists are Virginia Jinks 
and Carol Shima. 




EClub 



The E Club is an organization for 
lettermen in the various athletic 
sports. They strive to work to- 
ward the betterment of condi- 
tions in athletics and to further 
the cause of good sportsmanship. 
The E Club tries to improve the 
relationship between students 
and faculty in the athletic depart- 
ment. The club awards E-rings to 
seniors who have completed 
their final year and members 
also usher at all University home 
basketball games. Coach Tom 
Higgins serves as the adviser. 



Front row: Todd Clements, V.P.; Ana Hogrefe, Sec. /Treas.; Don Combs, Jr., Pres. Second row: Mike 
Strange, Rocky Pangallo, Karen Hofmann, Chris Smith. Back row: Brian Conroy, Shannon Brady, 
Mark Maher, Marcia Haney, Scott Vennefron. 



Involvement 173 



Finance Club 



The Finance Club caters to 
those students who major in fi- 
nance. It is an organization de- 
signed to give finance majors a 
conception of the business world 
of finance. They try to prepare 
the students for their careers by 
giving them some insight as to 
what to expect upon graduation. 
The members also have the op- 
portunity to meet other students 
with like interests. The club 
takes field trips to corporations 
such as Merrill Lynch to observe 
opportunities after graduation. 
The Finance Club's adviser is Dr. 
Virgil Brewer. 



•Food & Nutrition Club« 



The Food and Nutrition Club 

is a professional, service and so- 
cial organization. The club works 
to strengthen nutrition-aware- 
ness throughout the campus 
community. They allow people 
of similar interests to come to- 
gether and discuss items of inter- 
est. The Food and Nutrition Club 
presented nutrition-awareness 
programs to elementary schools 
as well as distributing literature 
on nutrition. They also partici- 
pated in the Meals-on-Wheels 
program in the Richmond area. 
Sarah Sutton serves as adviser. 
The group has been on the cam- 
pus since 1968. 




Front row: Dr Virgil Brewer. Spon., Debbi Scott, Pres., Elaine Hoke, V. P.; Carla Blankenship, Treas., 
Brian Hvndman Second row: Kelly Montgomery, Sec, Christopher M, Hanna, Diana Jackson, Ann 
Davidson. Back row: Ken Webster, John Back, Mike Routt, Tracy Thompson. 




Front row: Robvn Clifton, V P, Sherry Mikles, Pub Chmn., Belinda Maness, Sec, Donna Pratt, Treas., 
Nancy Thomas, Pres. Second row: Tracy Phillips, Audrey Shively, Paula White, Shari Knaver, Jayne 
Brueggen Back row: Dawn Hanks, Peggy Moore, Beth Jones, Sue Wolfe, Barbara Hutzel, Tish Jones. 



174 Involvement 




Front row: Paul G. Greenwell, V. P.; Suzanne Taggart, Sec; Tim Tingle, Pres., Karla Adams, Rptr 
Second row: Anne Barker, Gayle WUloughbv, Laura Winebrenner, Daniel Smith, Sheri Southworth. 
Back row: Jeffry Lemster, Kenneth Kirkpatrick, Mark Deacon, Steve Black, Adv.; Richard L Lav, 
Michael L. Duncan. 



•FTD/Horticulture Club* 



The FTD/Horticulture Club 

is open to all students interested 
in the field of horticulture. They 
strive to increase professionalism 
in horticulture and related areas 
and offer students special pro- 
grams in the floral industry that 
are not offered by the horticul- 
ture department. They try to 
maintain awareness of students 
of the rapid changes taking place 
in the industry and allow for the 
transition to post-college posi- 
tions. This year, the club contin- 
ued its annual plant sales in the 
Powell Building and sponsored 
their annual Christmas party for 
the Dessie Scott Children's 
Home. FTD/Horticulture Club is 
advised by Dr. Steven Black. 




French Club 



Front row: Sudie Martin, Hist ; Dawn Marsh, Pres.; Rob Schawann, V. P.; Cheryl Schneringer, Sec./ 
Treas.; Alan R. Bettler, Spon. Back row: Mari Beth Lienhardt, Donna Jackson, Peggy Baas, Charles 
Pendleton, Wanda Albertson, Keith Mahan, Kim Sidwell, Mary Brodbeck, Bernardine Reed. 



The French Club is a social 
special interest organization 
open to anyone interested in the 
French language. The club pro- 
vided educational and recrea- 
tional activities which are indica- 
tive of the French culture. The 
French Club promotes involve- 
ment in projects and encourages 
responsibility, high standards of 
conduct and intellectual achieve- 
ment. In addition to attending 
regularly scheduled meetings, 
the club sponsored an annual 
spring banquet which is open to 
the public. The French Club, 
which has been on campus since 
1970, is advised by Dr. Alan 
Bettler. 



Involvement 175 



German Club 



The German Club is an aca- 
demic and social organization 
that provides an opportunity for 
University students to learn 
about a foreign culture by par- 
ticipating in the various activi- 
ties that the club sponsors. They 
were involved in numerous so- 
cial activities and tried to educate 
the Richmond communitv about 
German-speaking countries. The 
club's major project was hosting 
Octoberfest, the annual German 
festival held in the fall. The Ger- 
man Club was founded in the 
Fall of 1978. The club's adviser is 
Dr. Sylvia Burkhart. 



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Front row: Tim Price, Hist., Claudia Hall, Sec /Treas., Michelle Vielhauer, V. P. Tom Pinckley, Pres . 
lull Hastings, Soc. Chmn.; Keith Mahan, Yvonne Wisnicky, Acad. Chmn Back row: Gentry Martin, 
[enni Wood, Tern Bogard, Kimberlv Farley, Carolyn Bohn, Wanda Burton, Dr. Theodor Langenbruch. 



HRSOK 



The Health Records Students 
Organization of Kentucky is a 

professional organization open 
to medical record students. Their 
purpose is to promote personal, 
academic, social and public 
growth of students in the health 
records field. The club sponsors 
field trips, films, speakers, social 
gatherings and charity fund-rais- 
ers, and also participates in the 
campus United Way drive, the 
Red Cross Blood Mobile program 
and others. HRSOK also holds 
several activities for the campus 
and Richmond communities for 
Medical Records Awareness 
Week. The group has been active 
on campus for eleven years, hav- 
ing been founded in 1973. Their 
adviser is Ms. Linda Grodsky 




Front row: Lome Barry, Sec. /Treas., April Raffingnone, V P. Pamela Ward, Pres . Elizabeth Savior, 
Spon Back row: Jane Elizabeth Broughton, Pub. Chmn.; Julie A. Overton, Patty B. Conley, Paula R. 
Meek, Laurie A. Walker, Regina E. Coomer. 



176 Involvement 




IET Club 



The Industrial Education and 
Technology Club is a depart- 
mental organization within the 
College of Applied Arts and 
Technology. The organization 
gives IET majors a chance to get 
to know each other and the fac- 
ulty of the department. The 
members participated in fund- 
raisers during the year and had a 
booth at the Student Associ- 
ation's Fall Festival and the Bi- 
zarre Bazaar. They also spent 
time aiding the White Hall Vol- 
unteer Fire Department. The IET 
Club advisers are Dr. George 
Herbert and Dr. Gary Chastine. 



Front row: Dr. George Herbert, Adv.; Lynn Settles, Sec./Treas.; David Rowlette, Pres., Mark Sowers, V 
P.; Dr Garv K. Chastain, Adv. Second row: Tony Murphy, David Vance, Betty Jane Geoghegan, Lisa 
Ann Trainer, Kim Cox, Diana Cornett, Dawn Glenkler, Don Mattinglv, Jr. Back row: John R. 
Kwiecinski, Andrew Squires, Wayne Rogers, Kendall Gadd, Shawn McDowell, Tim Wernery, John 
Kennedy, Mike Meade, Rusty Risk. 




ISA 



The International Students 

Association is a social organiza- 
tion but has also been active in 
local campus elections. The 
group began in 1979 and is be- 
coming stronger every year. The 
association has been active in 
elections of student body offi- 
cers, senators and president. 
Members also donated blood 
during the annual Red Cross 
drive and sponsor guest speakers 
from other foreign countries in 
order to give them a knowledge 
of the customs and cultures of 
various continents. The Interna- 
tional Student Association is ad- 
vised by Dr. Joseph Flory. 



Front row: Toni Sheets, P. R. Off.; Hau-yin Cheng, Treas.; Michael Agbor, Pres., Beverly Francis, Sec, 
Lavy Mammen, V. P. Second row: Stephen Duffy, Andy Mueller, Roger Chapman, Joseph Flory, Adv.; 
Moshe Nizan. Back row: Raul Sierra, Sung Kim, JoAnna Hightower, Sonia Lemos, Affiong Akpaso, 
Martin Edu. 



Involvement 177 



• Kappa Delta Tau * 

Kappa Delta Tau is a service organi- 
zation comprised of female students 
who spread sunshine and service 
across campus and throughout the 
Richmond community. Every semes- 
ter during dead week, KDTs spread 
good cheer to their fellow students by 
sponsoring Sunshine Week. They also 
worked during student elections and 
homecoming elections. KDTregularly 
visits the Richmond nursing homes, 
the Shriners Hospital in Lexington, 
and the Danville Children's Home. 
Locally, they participated in an adopt- 
a-grandparent program and spon- 
sored a needy family. In addition, this 
active group raised money for other 
charities such as Unicef, United Way, 
the Child-Find committee and the 
Hospitality Hospital. 





FRONT ROW: M Leslie Cummins, Patsy Schnitzler, Vickie Wooldridge, Gina Young, Mary Sue Goodin, Laurie Gay. SECOND ROW: Donna L. Morris, Corr. 
Sec ; Lynn Dee Weber, Prog. & Pub. Chmn.; Laura Bruce, Rec. Sec; Karen Katter, Ser Chmn., Cvndv Barnev, V.P.; Jane E. Hamilton, Pres.; Vickie Lawson, 
Pari., Diana Rice, Rec. Chmn., Tyna McClure, Treas.; Pam Lathrem, Fin. Chmn.; Sharon Cox, Hist.; Rebecca Judge, Pldg. Chmn.; Michelle O'Bryan, Soc. 
Chmn. THIRD ROW: Jenny Roush, Amy Wolfford, Charlotte Moore, Jennifer Hockey, Chap.; Lesa Stewart, Debbie Wilkins, Diana McMillan, Lisa Young, 
Wanda Stewart, Kathye Work, Lori Confield, Kelly Beckett, Vicki Woodard, Michelle Gustin, Phyllis Smith, Kathy Graham, Sandra Guffey, Lisa Cubbage, 
Kimberly Schreiber BACK ROW: Brenda Peter, Eulene Cross, Jodee Dyer, Sheila Patrick, Stacey Stevens, Rhonda Satterly, Janne Sasser, Amy Scharringhau- 
sen, Kathy Sullivan, Angle Kilgallin, Kim Mitchell, Debbie Jett, Pamela Morris, Valerie Wade, Lisa Robinson, Patricia Reese, Leigh Adams, Karen 
Zirkelbach, Allyson Baudendistel, Cindy Lear, Connie Mason, Donna Burnett, Denise Scalf, Kim Patterson, Gwen Tvler. 



178 Involvement 




Front row: Ben Enzweiler, Sec, Jack Kaiser, Treas.; Michael Bradle, V. P.; David Wolfzorn, Pres. Second 
row: Chuck Schad, Men's Inter Pub., Kevin Romard, Timothy Lucas. Back row: Gregory Wayne 
Couch, Gerald Johnson, Quinton Clav Pevton. 



• Keene Hall Council • 



Keene Hall Council is a social 
and service organization that 
strives to improve living condi- 
tions for Keene Hall residents. As 
a club, they try to sponsor parties 
and mixers with women's dormi- 
tories in order for the residents to 
meet new people and make new 
friends. The council works close- 
ly with both Men's and Women's 
Interdorm in their projects as 
well as participating in the Unit- 
ed Way drive and other fund 
raisers for charity. Historically 
the most active hall council on 
campus, Keene Hall Council 
tries to introduce men to dorm 
life and strives to make the resi- 
dent's life as enjoyable as possi- 
ble. Al Beshear and Wayne Bark- 
ley serve as the group's advisers. 




MATA 



Front row: Linda Smith, Pres.; Suzie Knisley, V. E; Terri Jones, Sec; Gina Wiles, Treas.; Lisa Bocook, 
Act. Chmn.; Jeanne Murphy, Pub. Chmn. Back row: Cyndi Jones, Connie Pleiman, Leisha Moody, 
Vikki King, Nancy Cass, Lisa Comfort, Ada Smith, Dianna Buell. 



The Medical Assisting Tech- 
nology Association is a depart- 
mental organization for medical 
assisting majors. One of the 
newest organizations on cam- 
pus, MATA was formed in Au- 
gust, 1983, by its president, Linda 
R. Smith. Though the organiza- 
tion is new, their goal is to 
strengthen their profession in or- 
der to render greater service to all 
patients and to protect the confi- 
dence entrusted to them. The 
members try to provide a better 
relationship between the faculty 
and students of the MAT pro- 
gram. They also participated in 
additional service activities 
which aim toward improving 
the health and well-being of the 
community. Their advisor is Ms. 



Pat Dunn. 



Involvement 179 



MENC 



The Music Educators Nation- 
al Conference is an organization 
for music education majors. 
They strive to enhance the edu- 
cation process and allow stu- 
dents to get in contact with 
professionals in the field. MENC 
receives journals and attends 
conferences where music teach- 
ers from all over the region par- 
ticipate in seminars on music 
education. The club sponsored a 
Rent-A-Student program this 
vear for the community and held 
an aluminum can drive. They 
regularlv sponsor an end-of-the- 
year picnic for the entire music 
department. Mr. Robert Belser 
serves as the sponsor. 




Front row: Carolyn M. Rogers, State Treas., Lisa Richardson. Jose L Hernandez, Pres.; Mary Wright, 
Sec/Treas.; David A Arnold, V P., Karla K. Hinkle, Pldg, Sec , Kenneth L, Price, Jr., State Arch Second 
row: Scott Schweitzer, Mitch Ruth, Carol Cronenwett, Rita Hartley, Clair Jacobs, Donna Insko, Lesa K. 
Kidwell, Blaine D. Kelley Back row: Dale Lee Hodge, Sandra Bass, Ed Johnson, Jennifer Hafft, Daryl 
Mesch, Scott Tomlison, Alice Cooper, James Gray 



Phi Beta Lambda 



Phi Beta Lambda is a business 
club aimed with the student in 
mind. The club strives to develop 
competent, aggressive business 
leadership and character. It tries 
to strengthen confidence of 
young men and women as well 
as encouraging professionalism 
in business advocacy. Among the 
group's activities are visits with 
the local nursing homes and 
sponsoring the Region-5 Future 
Business Leaders of America 
conference held on campus in 
the spring. PBL members attend- 
ed state, regional and national 
leadership conferences. The 
club's adviser is Dr. William 
Baldwin. 




Front row: Liz Robinson, Pres , Julia Bolton, 1st V. P.; Teresa Pavne, 2nd V. P.; Sharon Jones, Rptr; 
Sharon Kav Parks, Treas., Billve June Phelps. Sec. Second row: Paul Currv, Marc Robbins, Lvnne C. 
Davis, Teressa Caldwell, Lisa Hart, Melanie Azbill, Denise Brothers, Richard McClendon. Back row: 
William Sherrard, Larry Ballard, Anthony Davidson, George Yeaste, Donna Spence, Walter Woosley, 
Kenneth McCoy, D. J. Phelps, Jeff Talbot. 



180 Involvement 




PRSSA 



The Public Relations Stu- 
dents Society of America is a 

pre-professional organization 
that provides the serious-minded 
public relations student the op- 
portunity to get experience in 
their field while attending 
school. It provides learning op- 
portunities in all areas of public 
relations and professional con- 
tacts on a nationwide scale. They 
also help to organize events that 
the community can participate 
in and enjoy. PRSSA is the origi- 
nator of the now-annual Bizarre 
Bazaar held on campus at Christ- 
mas. Their adviser is Shirley Ser- 
ini. PRSSA was formed in 1977. 



Front row: Anne Brotzge, Nat. Lias.; Debbie Pollard, P R. Dir.; Cindy Huber, V. P.; John Underwood, 
Pres.; Larilynn Leffler, Treas.; Charlotte deVroomen, Hist., Beverly Francis, Sec. Second row: Cheryl 
Schneringer, Linda Simmons, Donna Slone Smith, Julie Craven, Terri Johnson, Dianna Sleeth, Mary 
Jo Leedy, Lisa Fox. Back row: Kim Dobbling, Jim Patton, Melanie King, Phillip Payne, Leslie Turner, 
Tonya Simpson, Keith Kleine, Robin Stotts. 




Rangers 



Front row: Steve Fitzpatrick, Michael Jesse, Amy Kay Hicks, Robert Zielinski, Darrin Gilvin, Brian 
Capogna, Charles Lawson. Second row: Lee J. Howard, 1st Sgt; Michael Senters, Exec. Off.; Dennis 
Daniels, Mark Barnard, William Vockery, Co. Comm.; Captain Jerry Love, Adv. Back row: Kyle Burke, 
Sr. Adv.; Branson Rogers, Steve Sprowls, Mike Prater, Wade Ammerman, Fred Scheerschmidt, Jeff 
Phippippi, Dawna Beebout, Tim Courtney. 



The Ranger Company is a 

military-oriented organization 
whose purpose is to support and 
assist the Military Science de- 
partment by recruiting ROTC 
and training Junior cadets for 
Summer Advance Camp. The 
Rangers provide the ROTC de- 
partment with highly trained 
personnel for demonstrations 
and recruiting purposes. The 
Ranger Company was founded 
at the University in 1964. Mem- 
bers provided recreational activi- 
ties such as repelling to interest- 
ed students and also participated 
in ROTC Day held on campus in 
the Fall. The group is advised by 
Captain Jerry Love. 



Involvement 181 



Racquetball Club 



The Racquetball Club is a co- 
ed recreational club open to all 
who are interested in the sport of 
racquetball, beginners and pros 
alike. For those who are just start- 
ing, instructors are available, 
along with instructional films, 
books and other literature. The 
club provides a means of meet- 
ing new people, all with a similar 
interest. Aside from weekly 
meetings, members also play rac- 
quetball twice a week. Among 
their projects this year was a car 
wash to earn money and a 24- 
hour racquetball marathon with 
proceeds going to charity. With 
59 members, the Racquetball 
Club is one of the largest student 
organizations on campus. Their 
adviser is Dave Sousa. 




Front row: Mike Hawksley, Pres.; Ed O'Rourke, Donna Elswick, Melissa Alvey, Tish Dobson, Brenda 
Music, Karvn Doan, Bobbi Brennan, Peggy Ochs, Rav Ochs, Sherrv L. Hacker, VP Second row: Cindv 
Hill, Denise Pyles, Frances Phelps, Debbie Smith, Kim Craig, Sherry Flanery, Laura Hamilton, Devon 
Hocker. Back row: Thomas Evans, Rob Stidham, Debbie Villadsen, Ed Martin, Gloria Gary, Kellis 
Metcalfe, Mark Smith, Paul Oligee, David Mann, Kenneth Slucher, Dana Craig, Caterina Mahler, Nat 
Weathers 



SOTA 



The Student Occupational 
Therapy Association is an orga- 
nization designed to engage oc- 
cupational therapy and pre-occu- 
pational therapy students in ac- 
tivities to increase campus and 
community interest in occupa- 
tional therapy. SOTA provides an 
excellent opportunity for OT ma- 
jors to socialize outside of the 
typical classroom setting, there- 
fore, setting a healthy balance 
between studying and leisure 
time. Some of the major activities 
the club engaged in were: an an- 
nual party at Crestview Nursing 
Home, participation in the Madi- 
son County Health Fair, speak- 
ing at local high schools during 
Career Day. This active club also 
participated in the Fall Festival, 
the Spring Fling, the Blood Mo- 
bile, the Bizarre Bazaar and the 
United Way Campaign. The 
SOTA adviser is Shirley Pegan- 
off. 




Front Row: Colleen Murphv. Joyce Spencer, Pres,; Julie Jehn, V. P.; Susie Skees, ASCOTA Rep.; Debbie 
Miller, Sec; Nancy Searing. Second row: Anne McAuliffe, Jennifer Olrich, Marcy James, Katie 
Kordwitz, Belinda Isaac, Kim Messmer, Elizabeth Buddelmeyer, Denise Schroerlucke, Beth Gunter, 
Becky Keating, Marty Kokes. Back row: Judy Kersting, Margaret Elder, Len Packett, Jill Conway, 
Becky Dupont, Chyrl Dobson, Marv Beth Brown, Dana Wicker, Beth Powell, Suzanne Reder, Kara 
Ann Kahle. 




SME 



The Society of Manufactur- 
ing Engineers is an internation- 
al professional organization 
dedicated to the advancement of 
manufacturing processes and 
systems in industry. The Society 
helps students, faculty and the 
community to keep informed 
about new developments in 
manufacturing, technology, re- 
search and educational pro- 
grams, publications, conferences 
and expositions. They are dedi- 
cated to improving productivity 
and economy of our industrial- 
ized society. Their adviser is Dr. 
Raj Chowdhury. The SME has 
been on campus since 1981. 



Front row: David Vance. Sec. Robert VVestbrook, Treas.; Brian Henry, Chmn., Michael Krai, 2nd V, 
Chmn. Second row: Tony McArtor, Darrell York, Berry Gilmore. Back row: Dr. Dan Torbett, Fac. 
Spon.; Steve Trammel, Tom Sipple, Dr. Raj Chowdhury, Fac. Adv. 




SPJ/IAX 



The Society of Professional 
Journalists/Sigma Delta Chi is 

a professional organization 
founded on September 6 of this 
year. They held forums dealing 
with issues that were important 
to the media and to the commu- 
nity. The objective of the club is 
to give the public responsible 
journalists who are aware of 
what is going on around them 
and are capable of covering it in a 
professional manner. They are 
advised by Libby Fraas and 
Marilyn Bailey. 



Front row: Lisa Frost, Pres.; Don Lowe, V. P.; Andrea Cnder, Sec; Cindy Eglian, Treas.; Sherry 
Kaffenbarger, Hist. Second row: Tim Thornsberry, Greg Hinton, Deidre Clark, Donna S. Smith, 
Thomas Barr, Jennifer Lewis, Todd Kleffman, Bill Bryant Back row: Elizabeth Fraas, Adv.; Lee Ann 
Webb, Rebecca Clark, Diana Smith, Angela McCord, Marv Branham, Judy Walton, Ricki Clark, Jay 
Carey. 



Involvement 183 



SNEHA 



The Student National Envi- 
ronmental Health Association 

is an organization open to all stu- 
dents interested in environmen- 
tal health and other health-relat- 
ed fields. They assisted with air 
surveys in several campus build- 
ings and dorms, and water qual- 
itv surveys in the Richmond 
area. In addition, SNEHA assist- 
ed in refurbishing air qualitv me- 
ters, health promotion programs 
and helped in campus clean-up 
programs. SNEHA strives to 
bring the importance of environ- 
mental health to the attention of 
the campus, as well as the Rich- 
mond community. Their adviser 
is Dr. F. Oris Blackwell. 




Front row: M- Karen Fonville, V P, Jacqueline Caulin. 1 
Sec Back row: John M. McLean, Fac, Oris Blackwel 
Ibrahim Al-Jasser. 



?as . Woody L. Hill, Pres.; Shane A. Kempf, 
Fac; Lynda Ewers, Fac; Doug Linebach, 



Paralegal Association 



The Student Paralegal Associ- 
ation is an educational organiza- 
tion that helps students become 
more aware of changes and op- 
portunities in the legal commu- 
nity. One of the major projects 
sponsored by the Paralegal Asso- 
ciation was Paralegal Week, held 
in April, to educate the commu- 
nity and the campus about what 
paralegals are and what they can 
do. The SPA was founded at the 
University in 1976. The groups 
adviser is Dr. Jim McCord. 




Front row: Kim Baston, Act/Pub., Man,- Ann Hack, Treas.; Edwina Rogers, Pres.; Lesa S- Millstead, V. 
P., Debbie L. Harlow, Sec, Second row: Sherri Arnold, Deborah Stambaugh, Tina Cappa, Debbie 
Wilson, JoAnna Hightower. Back row: Nedra Jasper, Janet A. Brewer, Melissa Bartlett, Margaret 
Metzger, Jean Tysseling, Allyson Leslie. 



184 Involvement 




Front row: Vickie Shadoan, Hist.; Kelly Ann Kettenring, Sec; Thomasina Dabney, V P.; Melissa 
Schuering, Pres.; Bethany Phillips, Treas.; Edwina Childers, P. R. Second row: Delynn Harris, Lori 
Peters, Amealia Dunn, Lela Kettenring, Annie Clark, Terri Harmon, Emma Carroll Bell Back row: 
Terri Bishop, Ellen Kettenring, Joy Killian, Keith Stone, Constance Semler, Angela McNeal, Karen 
Carroll. 



Textile, Clothing and Fashion 

is a departmental organization 
within the College of Applied 
Arts and Technology. The TCF 
club combines students of the 
same interests and encourages 
them in obtaining their goal of 
some type of career in the fash- 
ion industry. The TCF Club par- 
ticipated in the Meals-on-Wheels 
program in Richmond, collected 
scrap materials for the Rich- 
mond Parks and Recreation de- 
partment and made crafts for se- 
nior citizens. TCF, founded at the 
University in 1963, is advised by 
Christine Calvert. 




Front row: Lisa Susan McManus, V. P.; Mary Sue Goodin, Pres.; Susan Morehead, Sec. /Treas.; Jan 
Grimes, Adv. Second row: Cheryl Welch, Rebecca M Brown, Walters Hall Pres.; Mary Dooley, Tina 
Taphorn, Burnam Hall Pres.; Mary Helen Ellis, Tammy Gilbert, Katrina L. Cole, Melissa King, Robin 
Brindle, Kelly Hargadon, Shannon Stodghill, Hinda Landrum, Amy Ackerman. Back row: Kathy 
Watkins, Miller-Beckham-McCreary Pres.; Karen Lynn Hawk, Burnam Hall Rep.; Teresa Margo 
Hopewell, Clay Hall Pres.; Cynthia Barnette, Sullivan Hall Pres.; Lori Cornfield, McGregor Hall 
Pres.; Cammy Braet, Martin Hall Pres.; Debbie Isaac, Combs Hall Pres.; Cecilia Sears, Telford Hall 
Pres.; Debra Brown, Sullivan Hall Rep.; Monica Smith, Burman Hall Rep.; Kimberly Parkhill, Case 
Hall Rep.; Connie Thompson, Combs Hall Rep. 



• Women's Interdorm • 



Women's Interdorm is a stu- 
dent government organization 
that works to improve living 
conditions for women on cam- 
pus. They provide various activi- 
ties to better relations between 
the hall residents and adminis- 
tration. This year, the Interdorm 
sponsored a picture-taking ses- 
sion in the ravine as well as rais- 
ing money for the United Way 
through the Monster Bash, a Hal- 
loween dance. They also spon- 
sored their annual bridal show in 
the spring semester. A major pro- 
ject for the Interdorm was work- 
ing on legislation for extending 
open house hours, and the reor- 
ganizing of parking on campus. 
They also developed a program 
that called for having EMT's in 
the dorm to be available in case 
of emergency. Women's Inter- 
dorn is advised by Jan Grimes. 



STUDENT ASSOCIATION 




FRONT ROW: Phil Goins, Sandv Steilherg, Scott Mandl. Donna Buckman, Angle Bailev. Martin Schickel, Annette Ohlmann. Juli Hastings, Brian Busch, 
Rhonda Richert, Tim R. Cowhig. Nancy A, Oeswein SECOND ROW: Kathy Portman, Elizabeth Michalek, Glenn Mills, Karrie Freeman, Linda Newmann, 
Wvatt K Moody, Elizabeth Cummins, Gwenn K. Reome. Sandra Clawson, Judv Bruce, LaFondra Tinslev, Sandv Harris, Elena Wheatlev, Amy Wolfford, Kelli 
Neal, Kathv McGhee, William Pern' McCall III, James F. Acquaviva II, Margaret Hensel, Mindi Smith, Melanie Woosley, Vickie Shadoan, Shelia Smith, 
Marv-Anne Witten. Kevin Fishback BACK ROW: Angela Spencer. Donna Frazer, Debbie Heeger, Barbara Gadrow, Charlie Benson, Edward Martin, Glenn 
D. Martin, Raul Sierra, Lewis M. VVUlian, J. Charlie Sutkamp, Steve Land, John Deck, Jr., Greg Farris, Jerry Caldwell. S. Bruce Stamper, Mark Lynch, Randy 
Randall, Jeff Hammett, Richard Fleming, Kevin Sinnette, Donn Thomas Johnson, Joe Clark. 



The Student Association is the representative 
voice for all full-time students attending EKU. Each 
student senator is elected from their respective 
colleges during fall elections. The Student 
Association passes legislation which acts as the 
student's attempt to change policies at the 
Universitv. The SA sponsors several services such as 
University Pals, voter registration, Spring Fling, Fall 
Festival and the Gripeline. 

The SA gives the University a central 
organization to look to for a statement of the 
concerns that deal not only with campus needs and 
policy changes, but also with the concerns of our 
society and our world. The SA tries to continue to 
represent the diverse views of all students, and to 
give to those involved the experience and 
leadership responsibilities so much needed in 
today's society. 

The group's adviser is Dr. Thomas Myers, vice- 
president for Student Affairs. 

186 Involvement/Student Association 




Kevin Fishback and Linda 
mittee. work on a recent ' 



Newman 
gripe." 



Chairperson for the Gripeline Com- 




The Executive Council is 

made up of the President of 
the Student Association and 
the chairpersons of the var- 
ious committees. The com- 
mittees are: Public Rela- 
tions, Academic Affairs, 
Student Rights and Respon- 
sibilities, Finance, Elections, 
Committee on Committees 
and the Ad-Hoc commit- 
tees. 



FRONT ROW: Angie Bailey, Donna Buckman, PR.; Annette Ohlmann, Pres .; Martin Schickel, V.P.; Rhonda 
Richert, Stud. Rights and Respon. Chmn.; Tim Cowhig, Stud. Rights and Respon. Asst. Chmn. BACK ROW: 
Brian Busch, Fin.; Sandy Steilberg, Elect.; Nancy A. Oeswein, Exec. Asst., Julie Hastings, Acad. Affairs; Scott 
Mandl, Com. on Comm. 



The Student Court is a nine- 
member judiciary board 
organized to represent the 
student body. Members of the 
court are senators in the 
Association appointed by the 
Student Association. The main 
function is to settle issues that 
arise regarding the students 
throughout the year. 




FRONT ROW: Maria Kremer, Mary McGill, Scott Northcutt, Dianne 
Storey. BACK ROW: George Starks, David Holcomb, Basil Halliday, Scott 
Giambattistam, Kelvine Quarles, Lucina Whelan. 



Involvement/Student Association 187 



Marching Maroons Create 
A Special Spirit 

There is certainly no sleeping late and pretending you 
don't know that there is a football game on campus with 
the Marching Maroons around. Pre-game festivities be- 
gin before the band even takes the field, with the tradi- 
tional march across campus to the stadium. 

Something inspiring happens when the band plays. It 
is more than just the patriotic feeling one gets when they 
hear "The Star-Spangled Banner" or "My Old Kentucky 
Home." It is that special stir deep inside when the trum- 
pets blare "Fight, " "Go" or the all-time favorite, the EKU 
Fight song, that never fails to get the crowd to its feet. 

The band contributes to the spirit-making at the Uni- 
versity in many ways. They play at all home football and 
basketball games along with providing the music at spe- 
cial pep rallies, parades and indoor concerts. 

The 144-piece Marching Maroon Band, directed for the 
past two years by Director Robert Belsar, exhibits just 
another facet of what has come to be known at the Uni- 
versity as "A Matter of Pride." 




Above: Brad Stauffer is featured in a trum- 
pet solo during a performance of "New 
York, New York." Right: Jim Smith is one of 
the four bass drummers on the Marching 
Maroon Band. 




188 Involvement/Band 



«j|nHHK^n|HHiHKggmMn 




Left: The trumpet line forms the heart of 
the maroon band as it prepares to begin its 
halftime show. Below left: Majorette Vicki 
Compton adds enthusiasm and smiles to 
the half time show. Below: Members Ster- 
ling Smith and Jim Scott add to each perfor- 
mance as they play the trumpet and march 
in-step. 




Involvement/Band 189 



EKU SPIRIT BOOSTERS 



~' is a yell heard quite often from mem- 

1983-84 cheerleading squad. Led by their 

or, Dr. Skip Daugherty and co-captains Sandy 

eil and Mike Witzerman, the cheerleaders per- 
formed at all home games, several away games and 
followed the football team into the IAA playoffs. 

Being enthusiastic and outgoing are just two of 
the qualities necessary in being a cheerleader on the 
14-member squad. One also has to be dedicated, 
hard-working and willing to put cheerleading 
above all else, except studies. Since there is no pay, 
no scholarships and little recognition, dedication is a 
major factor. 

The EKU cheerleaders work out four times a 
week, during which they do push-ups, exercises 
and dance routines. This past summer, the squad 
attended camp at Virginia Tech where they placed 
fifth in their division in side-line cheers and third 
with the fight song routine. 

This year, the cheerleaders created a three-minute 
video of themselves in action, consisting of dance 
routines, tumbling, pyramids and partner stunts. 

Besides adding spirit and color to the various 
sporting events, the '83-'84 cheerleaders brought a 
bit of spirit to the campus and retained the enthusi- 
asm that is a trademark of a truly good squad. 




Jennifer Borders performs one of the many 
performed by the female members of the 



dance routi 
squad. 



nes created and 




Front row: Kim Kidd, Kelly McKnight, Jane Rees, Mark Simmons, Sandy Heil, Co-capt.; Mike Witzerman, Co-capt. Back row: Scott Ford. 
Jennifer Borders, Mike Ernst, Susan Minks, Denise Langworthy, Lewis Kuhl, Leesa Newby, Terry Holway. 




ent/Cheerleaders 191 



PROGRESS 

GIVES NEWS 

TO STUDENTS 

For 62 years, the Eastern Progress has served the 
University community as the campus newspaper. It 
has become an important asset to the campus, bring- 
ing important issues, money-saving coupons and 
humorous cartoons into the lives of its students. 

Under the leadership of Editor Thomas Barr and 
Managing Editor Mark Campbell, the Progress was 
printed weekly and distributed to the students free 
of charge. A laboratory publication of the Depart- 
ment of Mass Communications, the paper gave jour- 
nalism students an opportunity to gain some practi- 
cal experience by working on an actual newspaper, 
from start to finish. 

Putting out a newspaper is hard work but the 
staff managed to accomplish the task weekly with 
little worry, and the final product made all of the 
work worthwhile. 






Andrea Crider, Thomas Bare Tim Thornsberry and Mark Campbell 
discuss a story used in the Progress. 



Top: Tim Thornsberry and George Gabehart layout a page of a weekly issue. 
Above: Don Lowe, Lisa Frost and Thomas Barr edit a story on the computer. 




'flfcr 



Photos by Paul Lambert 

Left: Mark Campbell, Andrea Crider and Sean 
Elkins discuss cropping a picture for the next 
edition. 




ABOVE: Don Lowe, Organ. Ed.; Leanne Fields, Sec; George Gabehart, Sports Ed.; Lisa Frost, Feature Ed.; Marilyn Bailey, Adv.; Andrea Crider, Arts Ed.; 
Thomas Barr, Editor-in-chief; Tim Thornsberry, News Ed.; Mark Campbell, Mng. Ed.; Sean Elkins, Photo. Ed. 



Involvement 193 



GREEK 




Above: An exhibition of excitement and sister- 
hood is shown with a congratulatory hug for the 
new pledge. Right: Fraternity men unmask their 
athletic abilities in a football game. 





Tradition 

Service 

Sisterhood 

Brotherhood 

Social 




A WAY OF LIFE 



Greek is a way of life for many sorority women 
and fraternity men. A way of life that entails a tre- 
mendous amount of dedication and devotion in pro- 
moting fellowship in all forms. 

An often unseen facet of Greek life is the degree of 
camaraderie shared among the group members and 
how it is expressed outwardly so that others may 
share in their warmth and sincerity. 

Many sororities and fraternities' foundations are 
based upon the principles of sisterhood and brother- 
hood and these principles are manifest for the bet- 
terment of society. Service to mankind is the ulti- 
mate goal for many Greeks. 

Being Greek is a lifetime commitment; commit- 
ting him or herself to serving society. 

Above: Members of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity and Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority spread holiday cheer with a nursing home resident. Left: Games 
sponsored during Greek Week proved to be challenging for a member of 
Sigma Pi fraternity. 



Greeks 195 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



The governing bodies of the campus fraternities 
and sororities are the Interfraternity Council and 
the Panhellenic Council. Both council's stated pur- 
pose is to foster communications and good relations 
between fraternities and sororities and to cooperate 
with these organizations as well as the University 
administration. 

Panhellenic-IFC provided its members with a va- 
riety of services such as public relations during 
Rush and acting as a resource file to obtain various 
information. 

Service projects for Panhellenic-IFC included 
picking up trash in the Richmond community for 
the Leukemia Society raking leaves in the commu- 
nity for the United Way and caroling on campus 
during Christmas. This past year, Panhellenic-IFC 
put into motion a Greeks-in-Action Program with a 
goal in initiating a Big Sister-Big Brother program. 
This program involved members of fraternities and 
sororities adopting an area youth as a little brother 
or little sister. 

Panhellenic-IFCs faculty advisor is Nancy Holt. 

Right: As an active member of the IFC, the Phi Delt's sponsor games for all 
Greek participation. 





FRONT ROW: Kent Howell, Dan Deller, Intra. Chmn.; Jon Beasey, V.P.; Shawn Mounrjoy, Pres.; John Martin, Treas.; Tim Cowhig, Sec; Dan Steely, Kelly 
Wynn. SECOND ROW: Fred Day, David Cams, Rob Robinson, Mark Fryman, Joe Bishop, Mike Connelly, J.R. Wilson, Darrell Oliver, Skip Phillips, Jerry 
Caldwell, David Vance, Doug Botkin, Rob Stevens, Mike Beegle, Judd Devlin, Bob Duncan, Jay Thompson, Steve Johnson. BACK ROW: Lance Petty, 
Andrew Hoekzema, Chris Brown, D.J. Phelps, Allan Horner, Paul Miller, John Bradley, Kevin Costello, Jack McNear, Curtis Dunn, John Blankenbaker, Scott 
Fawbush, John Gross. 



196 Greeks/IFC 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 




FRONT ROW: Phyllis Whitehead, 2nd V.P.; Laurie Schrotter, Sec; Amy Gardner, Pres.; Beverly Blackburn, 1st V.P.; Lisa Wolnitzek, Treas. SECOND ROW: 
Brenda Lewis, Beth Severt, Cheryl Schneringer, Ellen Cammack, Rhonda Richert, Nancy Howard, Beth Wright, Lisa Whonsetler. BACK ROW: Paula 
Goatley, Janet Thomas, Lynda Steely, Lencia Alexander, Sandy Willis, Vicki Carpenter, LaTonya Curington, Kathy Walker. 



tun;** 




Left: A successful Rush and Bid Day is carefully planned by 
the sororities and the Panhellenic Council. Above: Games 
for Greek Week are designed for the sororities and fraterni- 
ties to exhibit their true spirit for Greek life. 



Greeks/Panhellenic 197 



ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 



AXPHA KAPPA ALPHA • ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA • ALPHA KAPPA ALPK 



Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority was founded on 
campus on April 25, 1971. The sorority is located on 
the sixth floor of Telford Hall. The group's faculty 
adviser for the year was Donna Black Kinney. 

The sorority benefited its members by encourag- 
ing them to achieve high academic and scholastic 
standards. It also helped those within the organiza- 
tion to learn how to deal with different behavior 
patterns, as well as helping individuals to develop 
communication skills in the business world. 

The sorority donated to various charity organiza- 
tions such as United Way Red Cross, NAACP Four 
thousand dollars was donated during the span of 
two years. Various other projects such as step shows, 
fashion shows, charity basketball games, and visit- 
ing homes for the elderly were carried out by the 
chapter. 

Right: During rush, Lisa Robinson answers questions for potential young 
ladies interested in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororitv. 








FRONT ROW: 

Robinson, V.R, 



Melinda Coulter, Pres.; Sylvia Cosby, Wanda Hunt, Bathsheba Jones, Wanda Feagins, Treas.; JamesEtta Lamar, Cor. Sec. BACK 
Soc. Chmn.; Amelia Shuford, Asst, D. Pled. 



198 Greeks/AKA 



DELTA SIGMA THETA 



XTA SIGMA THETA • DELTA SIGMA THETA • DELTA SIGMA THETA • DE 




FRONT ROW: Charlene Jones, Soc Chmn.; Gwendolyn Rice, D.O.P, Lisa Frey, Robin Conner, Rush Chmn., Lynne Davis, Rec. Sec; Janet Walker, Pres., 
Latonva Curington, Corr. Sec, Fredenca Smith. VP; Lori Jenkins, Treas. 




Members of 
cheer with a 



Delta Sigma Theta and Kappa Alpha Psi spread their Christmas 
Kenwood Nursing Home patient. 



Delta Sigma Theta sorority was founded in 
1913 at Howard University and its 100,u00 
members represent the largest membership of 
all the Black Greek-letter organizations. It is a 
service-oriented sorority with programs direct- 
ed at development in areas of education, men- 
tal health, housing and economics. Additional- 
ly the sorority provided scholarships and en- 
dowments for professorships at several black 
colleges and universities. 

Eta Rho Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta was 
founded on campus on May 9, 1970. The chap- 
ter exhibited their fellowship to mankind by 
assisting with Voters Registration Day, Red 
Cross Blood Mobile Drive, Special Olympics, 
and Leukemia Fund Drive. The sorority was 
also vital in being a yearly donator in major 
charities such as CARE and the United Negro 
College Fund. 

The sorority's faculty adviser was Phyllis 
Henderson. 



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ALPHA DELTA PI 



\LPHA DELTA PI • ALPHA DELTA PI • ALPHA DELTA PI • ALPHA DELT 





Above: The ADPi's happily greet their new fall pledge class. Below: Determination to win is the 
thought for Debbie Scott, Lisa Silkev, and Cindv Wood. 



Angie Kingsland and Lesa Wimsatt show their j ""^^S 

excitement during a rush skit. 




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• ALPHA DELTA PI • ALPHA DELTA PI • ALPHA DELTA PI • ALPHA DE 



Enthusiasm reigned supreme in the sisterhood of 
Alpha Delta Pi. They held a GPA above the Greek 
average. The sisters won the Diamond Four-Point 
Award and several other honors this year at their 
National Convention in Palm Beach, Florida. 

The year in sports for Alpha Delta Pi proved to be 
challenging. They captured second in the Lambda 
Chi Pumpkin Bust and first in the Phi Mu Swim-a- 
thon. They also participated in Beta Football, Sigma 
Chi Derby, SAE County Fair, KA Old South, and 
Theta Chi Quarters. 

With the help of the KAs, the Pi's went to Ken- 



wood Nursing Home for their annual Halloween 
service project. They also participated in the Blood 
Mobile. 

The Pi's sponsored their first Road Rally, which 
proved to be a success. The proceeds went to the 
Ronald McDonald House, their philanthropy. 

During Homecoming, the ADPi's placed three 
girls on the court. Other honors for the Pi's included 
three girls in the Pike Calendar, and first runner-up 
for Lambda Chi Pumpkin Bust. 

The Fall Preference was held on the Bonne Belle 
of Louisville. 




FRONT ROW: Janet Thomas, Kim Eischell, Hist.; Caroline Kiehl, Pi Guy Chmn.; Ann Cecconi, Floor Dec; Allison Buck, Mary Weigel, Linda Roesel, Julie 
Anderson, Lisa Free, Michelle Smith. SECOND ROW: Lisa Henson, Guard; Jill Cassell, Rush; Gayle Houze, Angie Kingsland, Nadine Hornack, Activ. 
Chmn.; Debra Anderson, Pres.; Lisa Silkey, Exec. V.P.; Melissa Gaw, Sec; Debbie Dunn, Scholar; Debbi Scott, Stand. Chmn.; Linda Rozak, Soc Chmn.; Beth 
Dauzenberg, Phil. Chmn. /Co-Rush Chmn. THIRD ROW: Diana Ivers, Elizabeth Hayes, Julie Wilfert, Regis.; Lesa Wimsatt, Corr. Sec; Linda Eckert, Song 
Leader; Robin Greer, Lori Berton, Peggy Moore, Lisa Cloud, Pam Powell, Jane Kiehl, Sally Wilfert, Stacie McChesney, Stephanie Hapeman, Suzanne 
Sweigart, Bonni Fischer, Paula Shaffer, Mary Martin, Jennifer Jones, Tracey Osborne. BACK ROW: Mary Hayes, Susie Quesenberry, Cheryl Lappin, Beth 
Bellanca, Lori Garland, Cathy Rich, Kelly Anderson, Cathy Carrier, Molly Weigel, Ann Linderman, Myra Poore, Jennifer Bakehorn, Phyllis Collins, 
Melanie Hill, Jennifer Brown, Donna Smith, Cindy Woodward, Amy Gardner, Jill Benge, Patsy Edlin, Kim Chard, Jane May field, Rhonda Goodman, 
Cynthia Stanford, Ann Kozlowski. 



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ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 

\LPHA GAMMA DELTA • ALPHA GAMMA DELTA • ALPHA GAMMA D] 




Top: Lisa Klinger shows a classy style of throwing. 
Above: Alpha Gam's found that bobbing for apples is 
not always a dry job. Right: Leia LaMaster helps to dry 
a victim of the SAE County Fair games. '"'--/ 



202 Greeks/AfA 



ALPHA GAMMA DELTA • ALPHA GAMMA DELTA • ALPHA GAMMA 



The Gamma Omicron Chapter of Alpha Gamma 
Delta had a busy and inspiring year of service. The 
Alpha Gam's sold Maroon Balloons during the foot- 
ball season. They also donated money to Juvenile 
Diabetes by selling calendars. Alpha Gam's were 
also involved in the Blood Mobile. 

In Greek sports, they captured first place in 
Lambda Chi Pumpkin Bust and Theta Chi Quarters 
Tournament. Alpha Gam's also participated in ADPi 
Road Rally SAE County Fair, KA Old South, KD 



Dating Game and TKE Basketball. 

This year, along with the IET Club, the Alpha 
Gam's received first place for their Homecoming 
float. 

Alpha Gamma Delta received their charter in 
1968. They were the first women's sorority on cam- 
pus. For fifteen years they have strived toward lead- 
ership, sisterhood, and academic excellence. 

The sorority socially had three dances and a 
spring formal. 




FRONT ROW: Annette Slater, Altruism Chrmn.; Laura LeMaster, Mem. Chrmn.; Tammy Chandler, Cor Sec; Jackie May, Pres.; Amy Brown, Soc. Chrmn.; Se- 
lena Smith, Act. Chrmn.; Vicki Gruber, Treas.; Beth Severt, Pan. Delegate. SECOND ROW: Leia LeMaster, Anita Clare, Ritual Chrmn.; Lisa Klinger, Rec. Sec, 
Penny Walker, PR. Chrmn.; Terri Harmon, Rush Chrmn.; Stacy Wallace, V.P. Scholar; Ellen Cammack, Jr. Pan.; Susie Hampton, V.P. Ed.; THIRD ROW: Julia 
Rudd, Grad. Coun.; Lori Durst, Kim Bryson, Vicki McCormick, Jacqueline Caulin, Lesa Amburgy, Margaret Stamper. BACK ROW: Jennifer Parrigan, Carrie 
Holbrook, Sally Irving, Julie Ferdelman, Carla Kegerreis, Diane Abbott, Phyllis Whitehead, Rebecca Brown. 



Greeks/AfA 203 



CHI OMEGA 



CHI OMEGA • CHI OMEGA • CHI OMEGA • CHI OMEGA • CHI OMEGi 



Below: Denise Lichtv deals the cards during the Las Vegas Christmas sponsored 
by Chi Omega. Right: Two Chi Omega sisters decorate their floor for the up- 
coming semester. Bottom: Chi O's congratulate their new pledges on Bid Day. 




204 Greeks/X£i 



31 OMEGA • CHI OMEGA • CHI OMEGA • CHI OMEGA • CHI OMEG 



Learning to live and work together to enrich their 
college years was the continuing goal for the sisters 
of Chi Omega sorority. Having began the year by 
educating their seventeen new "baby owls" on the 
joys of sisterhood, the sorority set out to continue its 
tradition of service projects including attending the 
Special Olympics in Danville and helping to raise 
money for the Telford Community Center, the Unit- 
ed Way and the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. The 
Chi O's also sponsored Christmas Las Vegas style 
with Dupree Hall, in which they sponsored various 
casino games and an auction, with proceeds going to 
the Madison County Juvenile Diabetes Association. 

Socially, the sisters remained active on campus, 
participating in all Greek activities including the 



Sigma Chi Derby, SAE County Fair, Lambda Chi 
Pumpkin Bust, KA Old South and Greek Week. The 
Chi Omegas were honored to have members win 
the titles of Queen for the SAE Fair, Sigma Chi 
Derby and Lambda Chi Pumpkin Bust. 

For Homecoming, they teamed with Beta Theta Pi 
fraternity to win the best float competition and 
Kathy Kidd won second runner-up in the Home- 
coming Queen competition. 

Highlights on the social calendar included the 
Winter Formal, held at Lexington's Tates Creek 
Country Club and the Spring Formal held at the 
Hilton Inn. 

Founded in March, 1969, Chi Omega is advised by 
Jackie Cruise. 




FRONT ROW: Jodi Watters, Angela Pyle, Rhonda Richert, Sr. Pan.; Vicky Holbrook, Prnl.; Cathy Queen, Rec. Sec; Anita Vincent, Pres.; Rhonda Blevins, 
Treas.; Marilyn Hoffman, Chapt. Corn; Wendy Stevens, VR; Jenny Kist, Pamela Ward, Dana Rothacker, Lisa Flatt, Gina Lentini. SECOND ROW: Cissy 
Winkler, Karen Matthews, Lori Stringer, Jennifer Smith, Judith Mincke, Pam Snyder, Rhonda Anderson, Sharon Johnson, Laura Steele, Sheila Miles, Bobbie 
Park, Robin Cobb, Sharon Jones, Laura Ensor, Denise Lichty, Jodi Dunn, Shari Herrin. THIRD ROW: Leigh Ann Dosch, Anne Marie Papineau, Cindy 
Thompson, Wendi Powell, Malinda Ross, Teresa Hatfield, Karen Farmer, Jennifer Gath, Julie Baldwin, Paige Williams, Kathy Hoagland, Jane Rees, Vicki 
Ashley, Leesa Newby, Lisa Weber BACK ROW: Stacie Kuhn, Lisa Frye, Debbie Combs, Kim Kidd, Teresa Sammons, Sandy Schaefer, Mia Bisig, Daren Sapp, 
Blanton Ware, Meg Barton, Sandy Kearns, Becky Neal, Verda Tudor, Elizabeth Phillips. 



Greeks/Xn 205 



DELTA ZETA 



DELTA ZETA • DELTA ZETA • DELTA ZETA • DELTA ZETA • DELTA ZETA 



It proved to be another successful year for Delta 
Zeta. With their second fall rush came twenty new 
pledges, the chance to enlarge the new sorority and 
the chance to provide growth in social, academic, 
and personal achievement to its members. 

Delta Zeta sparkled in the social area by capturing 
first place in KA Old South, third place in Lambda 
Chi's Pumpkin Bust, and by having Suzanne Ar- 
nold win the titles of KA Sharecroppers Queen and 
First Runner-up in Homecoming. Besides these 
honors, they participated in Greek Week, Sigma Chi 
Derbv, and SAE County Fair. The biggest highlight 
was sponsoring the Second Annual Frat Man Clas- 
sic for campus fraternities with the proceeds going 
to their philanthropy, Galludent College for Deaf 



and Hearing Impaired. 

Delta Zeta not only took the time to have fun 
themselves, but also did several community pro- 
jects. Thev sold balloons for Juvenile Diabetes, par- 
ticipated in the March of Dimes Walkathon and the 
Leukemia Clean-up, and visited the nursing homes 
during Christmas. 

Along with celebrating a successful year, the Del- 
ta Zetas also celebrated the moving of National 
Headquarters back to Miami University, Oxford, 
Ohio, Home of Delta Zeta sorority. 

Other activities included Preference, Honor of the 
Pledges, Winter Formal, Jolly Joker, and Spring For- 
mal. 



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FRONT ROW: Nancy Dreier, Sch.; Tern Kartsher. Kimberly Caldwell, Laurie Leah Grantz, Lorey Stein, Vivian Greenlief, Sharon Alexander, Vickie 
Carpenter. SECOND ROW: Amy Berbench, Hist.; Kimberly Botkins, Sor. Ed., Lisa Catlett, Cindy Wise, Beverly Wheeler, V.P.; Lisa Rullman, Pres.; Melissa Si- 
zemore, Pledge. Tr, Pam Schrimpf, Rec. Sec, Angie Marshall, Jennifer Brooks, Lisa McManus. THIRD ROW: Anita Dennev. Melissa Wilson, Julie 
Cunningham, Paige Meade, Theresa Ball, Brenda Lewis, Amy Cox, Allison Haddock, Tracey Dimond, Karla Osvath, Kelly Osvath, Lisa Wolnitzek, Cyndie 
Jones, Virginia Rowlett, Sharon Sorensen, Suzanne Arnold, Megan Mansour, Judy Martin. BACK ROW: Chene Ramey, Margaret Kramer, Catherine 
Houston, Terri Dimond, Amy Topp, Loretta Lawson, Angie McKee, Deborah Kuracka, Nancy Jerrett, Jeri Carter, Alisa Floyd, Donna Schuerman, Lisa Bailey, 
Stacy Lewis, Linda Kern, Susan Webb, Gayle Dennev, Robin Girg, Kristi Ganim. 



206 Greeks/AZ 



LTA ZETA • DELTA ZETA • DELTA ZETA • DELTA ZETA • DELTA ZETA 




Above Right: Loretta Lawson and Terri Dimond participate 
in a game during the Sigma Chi Derby. Above: Nancy 
McConnell competes in the food eating contest during the 
Sigma Derby. Right: Cyndie Jones and Angie McKee speak 
to Vivian Greenlief about Delta Zeta during rush. 



Greeks/AZ 207 



KAPPA ALPHA THETA 



KAPPA AL 



ETA • KAPPA ALPHA THETA • KAPPA ALPHA THETi 



Kappa Alpha Theta sorority stressed service, 
scholastics, and fun this year. The Delta Upsilon 
Chapter raised money and had a great time as they 
hosted their first annual Greek Halloween Party. 
The proceeds benefitted their national philanthro- 
py, the Institute of Logopedics in Wichita, Kansas. 

The fall pledge class held a birthday party for 
residents of Kenwood Nursing Home, and other 
sisters volunteered their time at the Special Olym- 
pics in Danville. Theta's also donated blood to the 
BSNA Blood Drive. 



On the sport's side, the Thetas took first place last 
spring in the Phi Delta Theta softball tournament. 
They also received the Spirit Award in the Sigma 
Chi Derby and placed second overall in the Derby, 
the Lambda Chi Alpha Watermelon Bust and the 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon County Fair. 

Academically, the Theta's ranked second overall 
among sororities. 

Kappa Alpha Theta has been on campus for 11 
years, and the sorority adviser is Mrs. Shirley Dean. 




FRONT ROW: Jennifer Hoskins. House; April D. Russell, Scholar.; Lencia Alexander, Rush Chmn./Chap., Elizabeth Luxon, Stan., Beth McCoun, V.R 
Pledge Ed.; Margaret McConkey, Pres., Gigi Belanger, V.R Effic, Sandy Willis, Pan., Barb Spahn, Treas., Kav Turpin, Activ., Holly Ream, Soc; Erin Brown, 
Frat. Ed., SECOND ROW: Lvnn Rav, Lisa Bellucci, Jane Kitchen, Julie Girten, Sheri Armacost, Leslie Wuilleumier, Jennifer Shelton, Kelly Kuethe, Jackie 
Stengel, Sports, Jeanne Chenault, Rec. Sec, Robin Wilson, Ser., Beth Ward, Misc., Betsv Frvmire, Assist. Activ., Beth Miller, PR., Sarah McConkev, Ed., Donna 
Cecil, Corr. Sec, Lon Carpenter, Pur Fund ; Beth Mullett, Court., Beth Nixon, Theta Man/Mem.; Laurie Schroeter, Peggy McNabb, Bonnie Dunlap, Arch.; 
Elizabeth Baughman, Kimberelv Harmon THIRD ROW: Chen Barber, Delia Gaines, Denise Quillen, Tracy Reardon, Stephanie Pern', Barb Harris, Debbie 
Cole, Kim Stallins, Colleen McGrady, Jonda Blevins, Candace Grant, Cathy Moore, Michelle Oyler, Vicki Stewart, Joy Hagan, Terri Johnson, Melanie 
Hughes, Laura Robinson, Sandy Sullivan, Jeanie Schreiber, Jenny Griswold, Songleader/Assis. Rush; Lori Burch, Spirit Chmn.; Karen Zins. 



208 Greeks/ KA6 



lPPA ALPHA THETA • KAPPA ALPHA THETA • KAPPA ALPHA THETA • 



Left: Bid day after fall rush expresses happiness as Lencia 
Alexander and Shelly Oyler greet Holly Ream, Rho Chi back 
into sorority life. 




Greeks/KAS 209 



KAPPA DELTA 



KAPPA DELTA • KAPPA DELTA • KAPPA DELTA • KAPPA DELTA • K APR 




Above: Kim Dobbling makes the refreshments for the Sigma Chi Derby 
Contest between Greeks. Above right: Alyson Squires strikes a pose with 
her sorority sister after being creamed in the face. Right: Sigma Chi Derby 
contestants, Carol Roberts and Susan Fox, run desperately to win the 
contest. 



210 Greeks/KA 






KAPPA DELTA • KAPPA DELTA • KAPPA DELTA • KAPPA DELTA • KAPPA 



Kappa Delta sorority promoted true friendship 
among college girls by incorporating into their 
hearts and lives those principles of truth, honor, and 
duty, without which there can be no true friendship. 

Kappa Delta gave 85 girls a place which they 
could call home. Kappa Delta is a social sorority that 
gave its members a chance to grow socially while 
they were at the University. Debra Core was the 
group's adviser. 

During the fall, they visited area nursing homes 
and took 75 head-start children roller skating during 
one afternoon. They participated in the March of 



Dimes drive which was held on campus. Also, they 
worked closely with their national philanthropy 
the National Burn Center in Chicago, 111. 

Delta Omicron Chapter of Kappa Delta was in- 
stalled on campus on December 7, 1968. The colors 
of Kappa Delta are olive green and pearl white with 
a white rose as the sorority's flower. KD's are guided 
by their motto "Let us strive for that which is honor- 
able, beautiful, and highest." And in keeping with 
this, the KD's collected money for the National 
Foundation for Abused Children on St. Patrick's 
Day. 




FRONT ROW: Jackie Cains, Lori Laughner, Margaret Higwand, Beth Kimbrough, Elaine Hoke, Nancy Smith, Kim Moreland, Marsha Bush, Lynda Steely, 
Robin Rush, Mem. Chmn.; Rhonda Weddle, Ed.; Marilyn Londeeree, Sec; Cindy Burianek, Pres.; Kim Dobbling, Treas.; Kari Coleman, Asst. Treas.; Michele 
Evans, Lorrie Barry, Jennifer Beckman, Julie Palechek, Kara Noller, Karla Biankenstein, Susan Fox. SECOND ROW: Susan Wiley, Selena Cook, Kellye 
Waller, Renee Waddles, Annie Clark, Amy Lynch, Sherri Watkowski, Julie Linebach, Tracey Smith, Cindy Becraft, Raven Downey, Melinda Wood, Beth 
Maurer, Dee Dee Day, Diane Clark, Tereasa Thornbury, Kim Sears, Carol Lozier. THIRD ROW: Pamela Simmons, Lisa Sloan, Susan Williamson, Donna 
Watts, Amie Hughes, Kelly Tolley, Lisa Fawcett, Kimberly Parsows, Wendy Woelfel, Tracy Thompson, Rhonda Williams, Betty Burkhart, Johnnie Buckley, 
Meg Wallace. BACK ROW: Tamera Dotson, Virginia Shannon, Alyson Squires, Deana Heeger, Lisa Rose, Amy Carr, Audrey Bortner, Lee Ann Barber, Sharon 
Young, Terri Bagby, Debbie Doran, Laura Van Wagener, Michelle Hammons, Gwyn Cullen, Heather Leishman, Jodi Palechek, Michelle Reed. 



Greeks/KA 211 



PHI MU 



PHI MU • PHI MU • PHI MU • PHI MU • PHI MU • PHI MU • PHI MU • PF 



Phi Mu is a social /service sorority for college 
women. Their purpose is the enrichment of the col- 
lege experience for undergraduate women, to guide 
them in their growth to maturity and help them 
develop a fuller life. Phi Mu gives its members a 
family and friends on campus. 

Phi Mu's national philanthropy was Project 
H.O.PE. which they held a Swim-A-Thon to raise 
money for. 

They also participated in community service pro- 
jects. They have established a Toy Cart for the chil- 
dren at Pattie A. Clay Hospital and held a birthday 



party at Kenwood Nursing Home. 

For the Greek and faculty community, the Phi 
Mu's had an annual Holiday Happening Tea at 
Christmas time. The Executive members of all 
Greek organizations and faculty members were in- 
vited. 

They also participated in the Greek-sponsored ac- 
tivities. Phi Mu's received first place in the SAE 
County Fair this past Fall and second place in Theta 
Chi Quarter's Tournament. 

Phi Mu has been on campus since 1973. Their 
faculty adviser was Marilee Gabbard. 




FRONT ROW: Leslie Mover, VR, Nancy Otter, Rush Chmn.; Jamie Jarvis, Rec. Sec, Mitzi Rhoades, Corr. Sec; Janet Lohr, Pres., Docia Knezevich, Phi Dir.; 
Cheryl Schneringer, Pan'. Del., Beverly Blackburn, Pan. Del ; Jane Offutt, Treas. SECOND ROW: Tina Land, Kimberly Williams, Mona York, Linda 
Simmons, Donya Brown, Karen Cardwell, Diana Lycans, Dawn Winebrenner, Beckv Miller, Marcia Stout, Deborah Howser, Lisa Whonsetler, Marcella Jones, 
Paula Fain, Becky Galliher BACK ROW: Barbara Martini, Cindy Pulliam, Emily Scott, Suzi Fischer, Tracey Hutchinson, Rachel Floyd, Julie Roark, Shawn 
McGraw, Milena Wilson, Gala Trent, Sandi Denny. 



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Above: Mitzi Rhoades helps pass out ornaments to the Greek community 
during the Phi Mu Holiday Tea. Above right: Diane Lycans enjoys the 
Greeks by having a good time. Right: Phi Mu's prepare note cards during 
rush activities. 



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PI BETA PHI 



PI BETA PHI • PI BETA PHI • PI BETA PHI • PI BETA PHI • PI BETA PHI 



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Top: Wilella Poynter, Karen Fautz, Sara Walker and Ann Duncan iron table cloths in 
preparation for Rush. Above: Beth Boswell and Sheila Smith perform a skit during 
Rush Right: Jem Grau and Taren Estes perform a Hawaiian skit for Rush 



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The sisters of Pi Beta Phi remained active this year 
by participating in many service and social projects. 
The Pi Phi's have adopted grandparents at the Ken- 
wood Nursing Home here in Richmond. They en- 
tered Elizabeth Long in the Miss Christmas Seal 
Contest which raised money for Christmas Seals. 
The Pi Phi's also raked leaves for the United Way 
donated blood to the Red Cross, volunteered at the 
regional Special Olympics and helped other sorori- 
ties and fraternities sell balloons Homecoming 
weekend to benefit Leukemia Foundation. All this 
hard work paid off when the Kentucky Gamma 



Chapter was honored to receive nominations for 
two national service awards at their national con- 
vention in Louisville. 

On top of all this, Pi Phi's won first place in Beta 
football tournament and participated in the Sigma 
Chi Derby, the Sigma Alpha Epsilon County Fair, 
The Lambda Chi Alpha Watermelon Bust and Tau 
Kappa Epsilon Basketball. 

Pi Beta Phi was founded at the University on 
August 28, 1976 and the sorority's adviser is Mr. 
Gary Grey. 




FRONT ROW: Jennie L. Russell, Treas .; Joiedene Marcum, House Corp.; Wilella Poynter, V.P. Soc. Adv.; Jacqueline Hale, Rush Chmn.; Sarah Roan, Pres.; Lisa 
A. Tatum, Mem. Chmn.; Amy Hoffman, Soc. Chmn.; Beth Wright, Pan. Del.; Jeni Grau, Sec. SECOND ROW: Melissa Hardin, Hist.; Lisa Swillinger, Sheri 
Johnson, Regina Jones, Jane Howard, Kathy Papineau, Lisa Smith, Wynona Padgett, Elisa Jackson, LeAnne Scott, Shelia Smith, Linda Hargrove, Tracy 
Davidson, Nancy Howard, Maresa Taylor, Terry Sanford, Denise de Reynier, Karen Meadows, Elizabeth Long, Taren Estes, Lisa Conley BACK ROW: Ann 
Duncan, Karen Fouts, Laura Riedel, Jeanne Sites, Laura Hargrove, Colleen Brown, Rennie Calabria, Kim Hale, Diana Pruitt, Sara Walker, Beth Boswell, 
Gretchen Mersch, Jennifer Kent, Hist.; Lori Haake, Debra Jasper, Stacy Prewitt. 



Greeks/riBO 215 



BETA THETA PI 



BETA THETA PI • BETA THETA PI • BETA THETA PI • BETA THETA PI • BET/ 



The brothers of Beta Theta Pi had another great 
year as they participated in service, social and sport- 
ing events. The annual Beta Football Tournament 
was very successful, and the Delta Zeta Frat Man's 
Classic proved unchallenging to the Beta's as they 
again walked away with first place. Last spring the 
Delta Xi Chapter was the 1983 Greek Week Champi- 
ons and they also came in first in the SAE County 
Fair. 

The Betas also sponsored the Beta Basketball Tour- 
nament, and last vear, the Greek Man of the Year 



was a Beta Theta Pi. 

At Thanksgiving, the Betas provided needy fam- 
ilies of Richmond with food baskets that they col- 
lected and delivered. 

In addition to all this, the Betas still enjoyed mix- 
ers with sororities, intramural sports, dances, the 
summer reunion party and Parent's Day recogni- 
tion. 

Beta Theta Pi has been on campus since Novem- 
ber 7, 1971, and their advisor is Dr. Edwin Smathers. 




FRONT ROW: Adam Holdaway. Michael Preston, John LeForge, Art Rupe, Jimmy Walker, Stephen Crawford, Ronnie Scott, Tim Bennett, Douglas Morgan. 
SECOND ROW: Joey Reffett, Michael Smither, Greg Creech, Dwayne Lee, Neil Brockman. Harold Lovelace, Dewayne Biddy, George Zydel, Steve Van Zant. 
THIRD ROW: Don Perry, Michael Morris, Steve Hernandez, Sgt.-at-Arms, Richard Sexton, Pldg. Ed.; Rhene Howell, Kelly Wynn, Rec Sec; Tom Craft, V.P.; 
Judd Devlin, Pres., Brett Bittle, Treas., Rusty Schnier, Alum. Sec, Tony Ryan, Mike Beegle, Auhrey Lipscomb, Hist.; Kevin Parker BACK ROW: Don Jones, 
Rooster Dawkins, Steve Herzog, Scott Howard, James Carloss, Corr. Sec, Robert Herzog, Song Leader, Kyle Bennett, Soc Chmn.; Neville Moore, Dale 
Ludwick, D.O.D. Chmn., Shawn Mountjoy, 1FC Pres. 



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KAPPA ALPHA 



KAPPA ALPHA • KAPPA ALPHA • KAPPA ALPHA • KAPPA ALPHA • KA 



The Delta Mu chapter of Kappa Alpha stressed 
the high ideals of character and achievement 
pledged bv their organization, the Order of Chris- 
tian Knights. They are dedicated to the preservation 
of standards of culture and Christian chivalrv as 
manifested in the customs, habits and character of 
Robert E. Lee, their Spiritual founding father. 

KA is a learning and growing experience that 
stresses scholarship, social activities and friendship 
as well as brotherhood. Kappa Alpha, the oldest 
fraternity on campus, was founded on February 14, 
1969, and celebrated their 15th anniversarv in Feb- 
ruary of this year. 

The KA's participated in all Greek and campus- 
wide activities, including the United Way cam- 
paign. At Halloween, the brothers visited Kenwood 



Nursing Home to visit with its patients and also 
served as the parade marshals for the Richmond 
Christmas Parade. 

The brothers held several activities this vear, with 
proceeds going to their philanthropy the Muscular 
Dystrophy Association. These activities included 
their annual Casino Night and the first annual KA 
Master's Golf Tournament. 

Also in the spring, the KA's held their annual Old 
South, a celebration of their southern heritage. Dur- 
ing that week, the brothers held a pig roast and 
sponsored a dance in Tennessee, in which they 
dressed in the traditional Confederate uniforms of 
the Civil War. 

Their facultv adviser is Dr. Steven Fardo and their 
alumni adviser is Phil Burgess. 




FRONT ROW: Anthony Davidson, Treas., James Cable, Hist., David Cummins, Corres. Sec ; John Bradley, Pres., Rennie Bates. Rec. Sec, Tim Cowhig, Pari.; 
Phillip Pavne, Knight-at-Arms. SECOND ROW: Allan Horner, Paul Tavlor, David Gatewood, Glenn Miils, Bruce Johnson, Kerry Hall, John Moser, Randy 
Martin THIRD ROW: Pat Stipes, Steve Land, Kim Mav. Bill Meeks, EdDenney, Kenny Walton, Joey Kirk, Keith Morgan, Pat Riley, Rick Shane. FOURTH 
ROW: Barry Tiller, Duane Horn, Mark Altic, Trip McCracken, Michael Prater, Thomas Nicholas, David Land, D. J. Phelps BACK ROW: Ralph Asher, 
Thomas Morgan, Dana Knighton, John Layton, Pat Kays, Robbie McClellan, Gary Hansen, Daniel Schuerman, Mark McCord, Mike Anderson. 



218 Greeks' KA 



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Greeks/KA 219 



KAPPA ALPHA PSI 



KAPPA ALPHA PSI • KAPPA ALPHA PSI • KAPPA ALPHA PSI • KAPPA ALPI 



Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity was founded in 1911 
at Indiana University. The organization conducted a 
number of services for students including a prep 
school tutorial program, career opportunity and job 
placement services and emergency loan programs 
on more than 100 campuses. The fraternity also has 
been involved in social action and has contributed 
to the NAACP, the United Negro College Fund and 
the Urban League. 

The Eta Alpha Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi 
stressed achievement in every human endeavor. 
The fraternity provided close personal and business 
relations within the membership in order to carry 
out the fundamental purpose and goals of the frater- 
nity. 



The fraternity established the Guide Right Pro- 
gram which was designed to work for others. The 
Kappa's service to the community consisted of 
working with Juvenile Diabetes, aiding Richmond 
residents in moving, and giving to the United Way 
of the Bluegrass. Other service projects included 
raking leaves for elderly Richmond citizens, partici- 
pation in the Special Olympics, a can food drive for 
Kentucky River Foothill Agency and working with 
Big Brothers of Lexington. 

The Eta Alpha Chapter also received an achieve- 
ment award for excelling in the Guide Right Pro- 
gram during the March, 1983 Provincial Meeting. 

Eta Alpha was founded on April 14, 1973 on cam- 
pus. The group's adviser is Dan Bertsos. 




FRONT ROW: Roderick Neil, Lt Strategus; Rickv Faulkner, Strategus; Steven Johnson, Polemarch; George Gentry, Keeper of Records; Ray Mason, Vice- 
Polemarch, Hugh Hem-Lee BACK ROW: Jack McNear, Asst. Rec Keeper, Curtis Dunn, James Kelly, Loren Goodwin, Anthony Bigesby, Anthony Johnson, 
Basil Hallidav, Kenton Bottoms, Tyrone Redden, Exec- Comm 



220 Greeks/ KA* 



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Left: Kappa Alpha Psi carries on a tradition among 
black Greeks in a step show after Homecoming Be- 
low: Loren Goodwin registers students during the 
voter registration drive sponsored by the Student As- 
sociation. Below Left: Basil Halliday competes in the 
Keg-Carrv Contest during the Delta Zeta Frat Man's 
Classic. 



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PHI BETA SIGMA 

PHI BETA SIGMA » PHI BETA SIGMA • PHI BETA SIGMA • PHI BETA SI 




Above: The fraternity brothers pull their strengths together to participate in the 
tug-of-war contest. Right: Keith Gant runs for a touchdown in the flag football 
contest during the Delta Zeta Frat Man's contest. 



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Phi Beta Sigma fraternity was founded on campus 
on March 24, 1977. The success of the group can be 
attributed to the group's adviser, Michael Elam. 

The fraternity stresses academics to its members, 
along with an intermingling with other activities 
and groups on campus. 

They sponsored a Halloween party for the chil- 
dren at the Telford Community Center. They also 
went door-to-door in the Richmond community to 
encourage people to register to vote. This turned out 
to be a great contributor to the final balloting results. 

During the spring, the fraternity sponsored a 



Fashion Show, Canned Food Drive for First Baptist 
Church and passed out buttons for Martin Luther 
King's birthday. 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was founded in 
1914 at Howard University. The organization, which 
supports various civic groups, is committed to aca- 
demic excellence, and through its Phi Beta Sigma 
Education Foundation provides a number of aca- 
demic scholarships. The fraternity has conducted 
national seminars on voter education, and the group 
has worked with congressional members on setting 
legislative goals. 




FRONT ROW: Anthony Jones, Paul Owsley, D. Pled.; Jerry Payton, Treas.; Emery Lee, VP; James McFarland, Pres.; Frederick Burdell, Sec; Greg Parker, 
Micheal Elam, Adv. SECOND ROW: Oliver Rowen, Vincent Irvin, Keith Gant, Isarah Hill, Wendale Murray, Micheal Mims, Keith Hines, Kelvin Brewer, 
Royce Frazier, Steven Singleton. BACK ROW: Donald Scott, Robert Taylor, David Hill, Bernard Grimes, Tron Armstrong, Aubrey Pitts, Phillip Hill, Kelvin 
Quarles, Charles McNear, Greg Hudson, William May. 



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PHI DELTA THETA • PHI DELTA THETA • PHI DELTA THETA • PHI DELI 



Service and social activities have always been ac- 
tive parts of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. 

The Phi Delt's supported both the EKU Colonels 
and their national philanthropy Lou Gehrig's Dis- 
ease, by selling spirit hats. Also, the Phi Delt's 
showed their enthusiasm by ushering seats for each 
home football game. 

With the highest GPA of Greek organizations on 
campus the Phi Delt's found a path to win the Na- 
tional Scholarship Award. 



Phi Delta Theta also found time to remain active 
in intramural sports. They placed second in soccer 
and participated in football, racquetball, and tennis. 

Phi Delt's are known to the Greek system as being 
involved! They have been active in the SAE County 
Fair, DZ Frat Man Classic, Phi Mu Swim-a-thon, 
ADPi Road Rally and Greek Week. 

The Homecoming Dance was held at Lake Cum- 
berland, Ky 




FRONT ROW: Mattew Allan Avers, Brent Bell, Jack Burton, Treas.; Rob Procter, V.P; Fred Day, Pres., Lewis Kuhl, Sec; Scott Gunnigle, Rush Chmn., George 
Anderson, Pledge Chmn.; Jay Thompson, Alumni Sec. SECOND ROW: Thomas Brown, Craig Brown, Gary Miller, Brian Clark, Scott Giambattista, Eddie 
Miller, Keith Case, Mark Henthorn, Bob Duncan, Michael Ernst BACK ROW: Brian Purvis, Jeff Hammett, Kevin Cornelius, Jay Valeric Robert de Roziere, 
Patrick Wilson, Jay Wilson, Chris Overberg, Shawn Tower, Kevin Wilson, Dennis Deitz. 



224 Greeks/OA6 



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Left: The Phi Delt's muscle 
their way to a win. Below left: 
ack Burton attempts to stilt 
walk to a victory. Below right: 
Mike Ernst proves he can play 
golf even with a wiffel ball. 



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Above: Donald Taylor cheers the crowd on to hit the dunking bell and to 
dunk Gregory Zellner. Above right: Jim Ross sells balloons for Juvenile 
Diabetes as part of his community projects Right: John Martin, John 
Spencer, and Andy Hoekzema show their school spirit during a basketball 
game. 



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Phi Kappa Tau fraternity stressed the develop- 
ment and personal advancement of individuals and 
groups as a whole within the organization. 

They were colonized in the fall of 1980 and be- 
came a chapter on April 18, 1982. With the help of 
the faculty adviser, W. Joseph Joiner II, they have 
become a success in only two years. 

The fraternity offers its members brotherhood, 
campus involvement, promotion of leadership, and 
Phi Kappa Tau also helps the person grow and ma- 
ture through self-motivating brotherhood experi 



ences and achieving excellence in all fields of aca- 
demics and athletics. 

The wide range of community projects included 
aiding the Richmond Parks & Recreation in activi- 
ties during the year such as softball tryouts and the 
Santa Claus Hotline. They participated in Toys for 
Tots, Balloon sales for Juvenile Diabetes, and assist- 
ing Cardinal Hill Hospital. 

In the spring, the fraternity planned to have a 
Parent's Day involving various activities on campus. 




FRONT ROW: Martin Thompson, John Stewart, Todd McKinney, J. P. Clavin, Barry Coppock, Kelvin Glass, Brent Whitehouse, Ken Simon, Lance Petty, Jack 
Wade, Kevin Fishback, Scott Prather. SECOND ROW: Samuel Jones, Rec. Sec; Tim O'Rourke, Mem. Orient.; Donnie Schroder, Soc. Chmn.; Tim Tillett, Prog. 
V.P.; Andrew Hoekzema, Pres.; Bryan Regenauer, Admin. V.P.; Mark Cox, Recruit. Chmn.; John Spaulding, Treas.; Gregory Zellner, Corr. Sec. THIRD ROW: 
Bill Emanuel, Jane Offutt, Karen York, Phyllis Smith, Janice Burchell, Cindy Fryman, Lisa Sebastian, Danita Morris, Lisa Tabb, Lori Hyde, Renee Waddles, 
Tommy Shouse. BACK ROW: John Martin, Chap.; Chris Brown, Donald Taylor, Thomas Eckert, John Williamson, Chris Tucker, Eric Bradenburg, Hist.; John 
Spencer, Bard Wiehe, Fred Welch, Todd LaFollette, James Adams. 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 



PI KAPPA ALPHA • PI KAPPA ALPHA • PI KAPPA ALPHA • PI KAPPA ALB 



Involvement was the key word this year for the 
brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. The Pikes 
celebrated their 15th anniversary on campus in 
style this year by participating in all Greek activi- 
ties, including DZ Frat Man Classic, Beta Football, 
TKE Basketball Tourney ADPi Road Rally and 
Homecoming. The Pike fire truck, a symbol of the 
fraternity, was seen around campus various times 
throughout the year. 

Athletically, the brothers won second place in the 
All-Sports Trophy and won first place in intramural 
volleyball in 1983. This year, the Pikes finished first 



in the intramural tug-of-war for the fourth straight 
year, and won the intramural golf championship, 
thanks to brother John Burch. 

But the brothers were also active civically as they 
helped raise money for the Kentucky Diabetes 
Foundation and the Big Brothers of America, their 
National philanthropy. 

Pikes also sponsored their annual Pike's Peak 
Week, which was highlighted by the calendar pag- 
eant. Pi Kappa Alpha proudly sponsors the Pike 
Dream Girl Calendar every year. 

Pi Kappa Alpha was founded on campus in 1968. 




FRONT ROW: Donald Prindle, Scott Shanklin, Kevin Sinnette, Skip Phillips, Sec .; Brent Richert, Pres .; John Knight, Treas .; Kevin Fitzgerald, V.P.; Paul 
Brewer, Jeff Crump SECOND ROW: Greg Walters, Bruce Rebalskv, John Born, Jeffrey Wagers, Mario Russo, Gregory Schmitt, John Burch, David Cornett, 
Pete Fish. THIRD ROW: Dan Steely, Clint Hall, Chuck Smith, Jeff Hartlage, Brian Gibbs, Gary Carter, John Deck, Richard Sullivan. BACK ROW: Robert 
Mullins, Mark Dunaway, Brian Koehler, David Goodman, Stephen Settle, Doc Muncy, Mike Johnson, James Burns, Joe Walters. 



228 Greeks/ niCA 



• PI KAPPA ALPHA • PI KAPPA ALPHA • PI KAPPA ALPHA • PI KAPPA AI 




Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sisters -FRONT ROW: Rhonda Richert, Selena Cook, Paula Gentry, Julie Carven, Leila Burch, Lora May, Linda Kehl. SECOND 
ROW: Lynn Neleigh, Trina Rider, Monica Francis, Joyce Schardein, Mary Jaber, Carla Hebert. BACK ROW: Angela Williams, Kathy Davison, Pam 
Henderson, Tammy Cundiff, Tern Ratliff, Melissa Macke. 











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Left: Donald Prindle tries to keep a "leash" on an unusual Pike mascot and good 
friend. Above: The Pikes left their opponents literally "in the dirt" during the jump 
rope competition of the DZ Frat Man Classic. 



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SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

>IGMA ALPHA EPSILON • SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON • SIGMA ALPHA EPS! 



The brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon had a very 
prosperous year. Athletics is the word for the E's as 
they placed second in the All-Sports trophy last 
spring. The SAE's also won the singles racketball 
and singles tennis competition. They placed second 
in TKE Basketball and captured third place in frater- 
nity volleyball. The SAE's compiled overall a 12-2 
record. 

The SAE's once again sponsored the popular SAE 
Countv Fair. The monev raised went to the Ameri- 



can Cancer Society. Charitable contributions raised 
by the brothers exceeded $1,100, which went to 
their national philanthropy. 

The SAE's were involved socially with the Greeks 
again this year. They have participated in the ADPi 
Road Rally Phi Mu Swim-a-thon, KD Dating Game, 
DZ Frat Man Classic and Greek Week. 

Other major events for the SAE's included acquir- 
ing a new house and having their largest little sister 
rush ever. 




FRONT ROW: Mark Riffee, Jeff Shupe, Treas.; David Ponder, Recorder; Jon Beasey, 2nd V.P; Rob Robinson, Pres.Gina Lentini, Sweetheart; Bruce Fraley, 1st 
V.P.; Keith Cox, Pldg. Ed.; David Jackson, Co-Pledge Ed.; David Mitchell, Warren; Clay Barnes, County Fair Chm'n. SECOND ROW: Billy Smith, Scott 
Johnson, Brad Kisker, Bradley, Durham, Erie Kreitz, Andy Baker, Steve Gahafer, Chuck Mastin, David White, Robert Cole, Steve Peege, Kurt Netherton, 
Kevin Morgan, Doug Grant, Jim Morgan, Todd Pesavento, James Trousdale. THIRD ROW: Mark Gallowav, Charles Johnson, Robert Groeschen, Paul 
Martin, Joe Bishop, Bob Bianco, Carl Groeschen, Kevin Jones, Scott Eisner, David Brown, David Craft, Russ Coleman, Jeffery Goodwin, Jeffery Richardson, 
Michael Beckmann, Steven Baugh, Ed Woody, Shade Frazier, Joseph Procaccino. BACK ROW: Michael Asher, Donald Pitts, Fred Arbogast, Timothy 
Thornberry, Steven McCombs, Ivan Wood, Bill Herrell, Kelly Pile, B. G. Wright, Kevin Gillespie, Bill Arbogast, Paul Upchurch, Bryan Harmeyer, Jim 
Phillips, Doug Asher, Charles Brenner, Dan Spath, Chipp Spencer, Michael Maier. 



230 Greeks /IAE 



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Eric Kreitz jumps to victory for the SAE's. 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sisters, FRONT ROW: Sheila Woody, Treas., Co-Hist ; 
Robin Allgeier, Hist.; Kim Erschell, Treas.; Jennifer Brown, Pres.; Lisa Henson, V.P; 
Stephanie Schuering, Sec; Gina Lentini, Sweetheart. SECOND ROW: Julie Wilfert, 
Leigh Ann Dosch, Jill Benge, Amber Callahan, Trina Hembree, Jeanie Wampler, 
Debbie Nickell, Rhonda Roberts, Stacie Petro. THIRD ROW: Levita Coleman, Beth 
Maurer, Vicki Carpenter, Wendy Sorensen, Elizabeth Michalek, Anita Ryan, Lori 
Kelley, Cheri Mosley. BACK ROW: Wendy Woelfel, Kelly Tolley, Gillian Langley, 
Jenny Bonfiglio, Jennifer Haddix, Joseph Procaccino, Lil' Sis Chmn.; Rhonda Cox, 
Mellissa Schuering, Margaret Woody. 



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SIGMA CHI 



SIGMA CHI • SIGMA CHI • SIGMA CHI • SIGMA CHI • SIGMA CHI • SIGM4 



The Sigma Chi's proved once again that there is 
more than one derby in Kentucky. The annual Sig- 
ma Chi Derby was a big success and a great time. 
The proceeds went to their national philanthropy 
the Wallace Village for Children. 

The Eta Alpha Chapter of Sigma Chi received the 
revered Peterson Significant Award which recog- 
nizes outstanding performance in major fields of 
operation. They received it at the Leadership Train- 
ing Workshop in Bowling Green, Ohio. 

The Sigs again sent a lucky pair to the Bahamas 
for a weekend at their annual Suitcase Partv last 



spring. The party proceeds benefited the United 
Way. 

Sigma Chi's also participated in intramural sports, 
Greek Week and sorority activities such as the Delta 
Zeta Frat Man's Classic and the Alpha Delta Pi Road 
Rally 

This year's Homecoming dance was at the Shera- 
ton Inn in Lexington and the annual Spring Formal 
was held at Howard Johnson's in Knoxville, TN. 

Sigma Chi fraternity was founded at EKU in Jan- 
uarv 1970, and their adviser is Mr. Ken Luxon. 




FRONT ROW: Paul Biel, Annot., Kent Howell. Trib.; Bob Hart, V.P., Mark Fry-man, Pres., Barbie Vitato, Sweetheart, Chuck Maggard, Treas., Bill Lockwood, 
Kustos; Kelly Montgomery, Scholar. Chmn.; Ron Hartline, Rush Chmn. SECOND ROW: Rob Stevens, IFC Del.; Diana Williams, John Hackel, Cindy Kelsey, 
Kim Bennett, Beth Kimbrough, Susan Williamson, Kelly Allen, Elaine Hoke, Cynthia Stanford, Raven Downey, Wilella Poynter, Alicia Hennessey, Amy 
Hoffman. Holly Ream. Laura Cullen, Beth Ward, Lorraine Smith, Sandy Kearns, Doug McDaniel, Robert Joles, Alum. Chmn. BACK ROW: Michael Looker, 
Awds.; Dwayne Stamper, Anthony Lee Sturgill, Mark Bowling, Scott Bergstrom, Darryl Biel, Li'l Sis. Chmn.; Mark Harrison, Darrin Wallingford, Michael 
Loy Brown, Rick Mallow, James Kneger, Mark Anthony King. 



232 Greeks/IX 



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Above: Pledges Bill Buirley and Chris Rector participate in the Delta Zeta 
Frat Man's Classic. Below: Tonv Sturgill runs for a touchdown in Intramu- 
ral football. 




Greeks/ IX 233 



SIGMA NU 



SIGMA NU • SIGMA NU • SIGMA NU • SIGMA NU • SIGMA NU • SIG 





Top: The Sigma Nu team took a definite stand while competing in the 
tug-of-war contest Above: The aggressive tension involved with tug- 
of-war pulling was shown in this closeup of John Hacker, Mike White- 
house, and Bruce Higdon Right: Ron Prewitt enjoys himself during 
the ]ump rope contest. 






234 Greeks/IN 



• SIGMA NU • SIGMA NU • SIGMA NU • SIGMA NU • SIGMA NU • SIG1V 



Sigma Nu fraternity had a definite purpose in 
promoting brotherhood. Based on the "ideas of love, 
honor and truth," Sigma Nu was founded at Virgin- 
ia Military Institute on January 1, 1869. Supporting 
the fraternity colors of gold, black and white, the 
initiation of the Theta Theta Chapter of Sigma Nu 
saw the first local Greek social fraternity organized 
at Eastern Kentucky University since 1970. 

The organization benefited its members by furth- 
uring their college experiences to achieve excellence 
in all fields of academics and athletics. Herb Vesces 



also helped the members by contributing to the 
group as their advisor. 

Traditionally, to make money for various chari- 
ties, Sigma Nu runs the football to either Morehead 
or Western for the annual football game. 

In the spirit of Christmas, they again carried on 
traditions as they prepared the wreaths and ropes of 
garland for the annual Hanging of the Greens 
which ushered in the season for the Eastern com- 
munity. 




FRONT ROW: Kevin Castello, Pled. Marsh.; Donald Broughton, Treas.; David Cams, Emin. Comm.; Susan Whittaker, Sweetheart; Bruce Higdon, Lt. 
Comm.; Micheal Whitehouse, Sent. Marsh.; Brent M. Butler, PR.; Doug Brock, Joe Brosky. SECOND ROW: James Brosky, Treas.; Bob Lusby, Paul Thaddeus, 
Craig Campbell, John Hacker, Amy O'Daniel, Treas.; Pam Mclntyre, Rena Luttrell, Jamie Fryberger, Sec; Robin Isaacs, Pres., Rhonda Priest, Tammy Dietsch, 
Dale Sexton, Chip Bach. BACK ROW: Randall Powell, Jay Wallis, Paul Miller, Jr. Deleg.; Doren Lockhart, Ron Prewitt, John Masters, Greg Emmons, Tommy 
Zottman, Perry Tussey. 



Greeks/IN 235 



SIGMA PI 



SIGMA PI • SIGMA PI • SIGMA PI • SIGMA PI • SIGMA PI • SIGMA PI • SIGN 



Below: Members of Sigma Pi fraternity put up 
a struggle in the tug-a-war competition during 
the Delta Zeta Frat Man Classic. Right: I T. 
Ingle winds up for a perfect throw during the 
Delta Zeta Frat Man Contest. 




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• SIGMA PI • SIGMA PI • SIGMA PI • SIGMA PI • SIGMA PI • SIGMA PI • SI< 



Sigma Pi fraternity was recognized as a colony at 
EKU on March 11, 1977, and was given a charter in 
April, 1978. Sigma Pi was designed to develop char- 
acter and brotherhood and to further college careers. 
The social fraternity involved its members in sports, 
service, and social promotions to achieve success. 
The group's adviser was Ron Wolfe. 

In social events, Sigma Pi's placed first in volley- 
ball and soccer on campus, second in softball, sec- 
ond in Sigma Alpha Epsilon County Fair, first in 
Theta Chi Quarters Tournament, third in track and 
competed and finished the Delta Zeta Frat Man's 
Classic. Their little sisters won the Teke basketball 



tournament and the fraternity was the first fraterni- 
ty on campus to sponsor a dry rush and, incidently 
there was a good turnout. 

Along with the above activities, the active mem- 
bers had a retreat at the National Bridge State Park. 
The Homecoming activities took place at Suffers 
Cabin in Boonesboro. The Spring Formal was at the 
Gait House in Louisville. 

Among Sigma Pi's many activities, they placed 
special emphasis on service projects. They had a 
Christmas party for the children at Shriner's Hospi- 
tal in Lexington, and helped with the Special Olym- 
pics in Danville. 




FRONT ROW: John Treadway, J. T. Ingle, Herald; Kathy Huber, Greg Chrzczon, Treas.; Jenny Sendelbach, John Gross, Pres.; Debbie Wells, Kenneth Veron, 
V.P.; Laura Gnepper, Gregory Fielder, Sec; Ann Wilson, Michael Bolton, Sgt.-at-Arms. SECOND ROW: Ted Lytle, Barbara Phillips, Linda Rankin, Kent 
Manor, Penny Walker, Kathy Boone, Barry Arnold, Lynn King, Michael Jacobson, Janiece Gibson, Ron Friedlander, Scott Fawbush, Floor Chmn. BACK 
ROW: Chris Hawker, Jeff Dean, Pldg. Treas.; Angie White, George Cespedes, Garland Sanders, Ronald Bell, Pldg. Sec; Robert Broecker, Pldg. V.P. George 
Lutz, Lee Morris, Pldg. Pres.; Wendy Bryan, Mark Robbins. 



Greeks/in 237 



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AU KAPPA EPSILON • TAU KAPPA EPSILON • TAU KAPPA EPSILON • 1 



The brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon continued 
their tradition of scholastics and brotherhood that 
have been stressed by the fraternity since its found- 
ing on campus in 1968. 

Following their motto, "Friendship for Life," TKE 
continued to stress brotherhood and social as well as 
scholastics. The fact that they are only one of two 
fraternities with a house helps the brothers to re- 
main united as well as giving them a central meet- 
ing place. 



Service-wise, the TKE's collected money for and 
helped with the Special Olympics and held various 
fundraisers for the St. Jude Children's Hospital in 
Memphis, Tennessee. 

Socially the brothers participated in the Delta 
Zeta Frat Man Classic, the SAE County Fair, Greek 
Week and all intramural sports. In addition, the 
TKE's sponsored their annual basketball tourna- 
ment for all Greek and independent teams. 

Tau Kappa Epsilon's adviser is Mr. Ron Hopkins. 




FRONT ROW: John Blankenbaker, Pres.; Ron Hopkins, Adv., Michael Krai, V.P.; Timothy Byron, Sec, Michael Bennett, Treas.; Keith Miller, Sgt.-at-Arms; 
Chris Kinman, Hist.;Chas Barkie, Rush Off.; Ray Shout, Pldg. Trainer. Mike Cox, Shawn Evans, Gregory Jennings, Jeffery Huemmer, Bud Borus, Dave Rich, 
Brad Kemper, Bill McCool, Patrick Goodin, Brent Fothergill. Pat Sullivan, Steve Hesson, Mike Bales, Jim Phoenix, Dale Price. SECOND ROW: Vickie 
Shadoan, Jennifer Price, Laura Steele, Vonnie Aker, Debbie Kernck, Lvnn Adrian, Laura Ensor, Monica Schroeder, Marv Schroeder, Sallv Schmaedecke, Jill 
Molden, Jenny Meyers THIRD ROW: Docia Knezevich, Joan Ziegler, Ana Hogreda, Sonya Fiedler, Jo Ellen Nie, Julie Skogstrom, Bonnie Dunlap, Vicki 
Ashley, Sheila Williams, Julie Bolton, Pam Phipps BACK ROW: Todd Bagby, Steven Wager, Charles Mills, Steve Hall, Sean Lally, Rob Baker, Wille Green, 
Audie McWilliams. 



238 Greeks/TKE 



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Left: TKE Bruce Fothergill passes off the keg to Rob Baker 
during the games of the DZ Frat Man Classic. Below: This 
brother participates in the Softball throw at the SAE County 
Fair Bottom: Brad Kemper finds a unique way of campaign- 
ing during the gubernatorial elections in the fall. 




Greeks/TKE 239 



THETA CHI 



THETA CHI • THETA CHI • THETA CHI • THETA CHI • THETA CHI • TH1 



Scholastics, brotherhood, and leadership for The- 
ta Chi remained at an outstanding level this year. 
The members once again finished with a GPA above 
the Greek average. 

Theta Chi's sponsored the annual Rally Week 
again this year. During the week, they collected over 
$500 for Easter Seals by bouncing a basketball non- 
stop. Once again they held the quarters tournament 
with the SAE's capturing first place. 

Theta Chi's have remained active in all Greek 



activities. They participated in SAE County Fair, DZ 
Frat Man Classic, KD Dating Game, and ADPi Road 
Rally. 

When it comes to sports, you found the men of 
Theta Chi participating in intramural games such as 
football, volleyball, and golf. 

Founded at the University in 1971, Theta Chi's 
have achieved a strong chapter in brotherhood. 

Theta Chi's group adviser is Donald Bodley 




FRONT ROW: Jeff Jacobs, Scott Ford, Treas, J. R. Wilson, Pres.; Lynda Steely, Dream Girl, Mike Connelly, V.P.; John Cox, Sec; Tate Carter, Pldg. Chmn.. Brian 
Dodge, Soc. Chmn. SECOND ROW: William Randolph, Charles Sebastian, Kevin Payne, Bernard Ernspiker, Kenneth Rollins, Bradley Knisley, Darrell 
Oliver. John Ernst, Paul Quinn BACK ROW: Ty Anderson, Chris Kaelin, John Osborne, Steve Bennett, Steve Halsey, Mark Taylor, Bryan Stewart, Larry 
Chowning, Mark Ruddell. 



240 Greeks: 6X 



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Greeks /6X 241 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA • LAMBDA CHI ALPHA • LAMBDA CHI ALPHA • 



The brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha enjoyed an- 
other exciting year by participating in many activi- 
ties. Thev held their fifth annual Watermelon/ 
Pumpkin Bust Competition for sororities. The pro- 
ceeds from this event went to the Ronald McDonald 
House in Lexington. Lambda Chi's also helped raise 
money for the United Way. Besides the service pro- 
jects, the brothers also participated in the Delta Zeta 
Frat Man's Classic, the Alpha Delta Pi Road Rally, 
the Alpha Gamma Delta Volleyball Tournament and 
Greek Week. 

Lambda Chi Alpha has been organized here at the 
University for 6 years, and Brian Owens is the fra- 
ternity's adviser. 

Right: Mike Savage tests his skills on stilts during the Sigma Chi Derby. 





FRONT ROW: Michael Savage, Coc. Chmn.; Jack Spencer. Ritual., Daniel Weber, Treas.; Jerry Caldwell, V.P.; Doug Botkin. Pres., David Vance, Frat. Ed.; 
Chuck DeGarella, Cres. Coor, Calvin Kesterson, Alum. Chmn; Jeffrev Browning, Scholar. Chmn.; Brian Owens, Fac. Adv. SECOND ROW: Jake Fields, Terri 
Kartsher. Steve Orth. Amy Speer, Sandra Holbrook, Jeffrev Blackwell, Nancy Jarrett, Lisa Cissell, Pam Neal, Carrie Barnes, Monique Adamson, Melissa 
Wilson, Susan Fisher, Sallv Jackson, Mielissa Derr, Brenda Lewis, Nancy Bush, Nanlette Harpring, Barbara Hayden. Ellen Cammack, David Combs, Cheryl 
Gilbert, Ronald Wilke, Jackie May, Michael Cundiff BACK ROW: David Thompson, John Gill, Mark Todd. Sammy Martin, Gary Fox, Sprt. Chmn.; Craig 
Witt, Garrv Sennett, Aaron McHargue. Brvan Thiersch. Jack Klotzback, Wayne Young, Tim Thiersch. David Hahn, John Jennings, Robert Zielinski, Kevin 
Caudill. 



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ETA PHI BETA • ZETA PHI BETA • ZETA PHI BETA • ZETA PHI BETA • ZETA 




FRONT ROW: Beatrice Brown, Kathy L. Walker, Rush Chmn, Tracey M. McDonald, V.P.; Dianne E. Hickman, Pres.; Myra E. Clarkson. BACK ROW: Beatrice 
Stigall, Sec; Marlene Borden, Teresa A. McDonald, Treas./PR ; Melody Turner, Stephanie R. Rice, Phyl , Bunnie Williams. 




The young Zeta Phi Beta sorority kept busy this 
past year with scholastic and service projects. The 
Mu Lambda Chapter stressed scholastic achieve- 
ment and offered the Lizzie Muller Scholarship to a 
Richmond high-school senior girl with outstanding 
academic ability They also hosted Zeta Week and 
sponsored a Mr. Muscles Contest to raise money for 
the scholarship fund. 

They also visited patients at Pattie A. Clay Hospi- 
tal at Easter, and at Shriner 's Hospital for Christmas. 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated was chartered 
at Eastern on November 20, 1982. Their faculty 
sponsor is Kara L. Stone and their graduate sponsors 
were Toni Thomas and Tina Stevenson. 

Left: Members of Zeta Phi Beta sorority prepare information for rushees 
during Spring Rush. 



Greeks /Z<DB 243 



There were 12,660 individ- 
ual units — people who 
came together to form a 
group. This collection of 
people made the year a 
meaningful experience. 




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KELLY E. ALLEN 
MARCIA A. BALL 
JOSEPH BENTLEY 
TIMOTHY W. BOWLING 
THOMAS L. DUFF 



HORACE HARDISON 
HELEN HARRIS 
TAMMY HIBBARD 
JAMES JENNINGS 
MARILYN LOUISE LAKES 



NICK MARCELLETTI 
CARLA A. MOORE 
MICHAEL R. PAUL 
LYNN RHYMER 
LLOYD RICE 



DEWANA SANDLIN 
JEANNE SANDMAN 
KIMBERLY SIMMERMAN 
BILLIE CAROL SIZEMORE 
JON SONMOR 



LINDA SPENCER 
WENDY SWINFORD 
TRESKA D. WELCH 
MARC WHITT 
RHONDA K. WILKERSON 



JANE WILLIS 



Aberdeen, OH 

Brookville, IN 

Harrodsburg, KY 

London, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Utica, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Barbourville, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Paw Paw, MI 

Ashland, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Danville, KY 



Trenton, OH 
Louisville, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Hyden, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Beattyville, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Paintsville, KY 

Paris, KY 



Brandenburg, KY 





246 .Graduates/All-Wil 




MARK ABELING 
GINA L. ABELL 
PAULOS ABRAHA 
RUBY R. ABRAMS 
CHRISTINE YVONNE ACUFF 



CHERI ADAMS 
ERNEST R. ADAMS 
JAMES ADAMS 
KARLA ADAMS 
KATHY ADAMS 



MARLENE ADAMS 
RODNEY ADAMS 
DEBRA KAY ADDISON 
JOSEPHINE ADDISON 
PAUL ADELFIO 



ROXANNE AHRMAN 
LAURIE AINSWORTH 
A. AKPASO 
WANDA ALBERTSON 
MARC ALBIN 



CHARLES ALEXANDER 
VALERIE F. ALEXANDER 
APRIL LYNN ALLEN 
MARTIN ALLEN 
RICHARD M. ALLEN 



GREGORY E. ALLENDER 
KATHY AMARI 
STEVE AMBURGEY 
DEBRA N. ANDERSON 
GEORGE L. ANDERSON 



REGINA ANDERSON 

RODNEY ANDERSON 

DAVID C. ANDREW 

JENNIFER ANDREWS 

BETTY ANES 



Erlanger, KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Thoipa East Africa 

Berea, KY 

Davton, OH 



Lewisport, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Lemogne, PA 

Campton, KY 

Stanford, KY 



Crestwood, KY 
Carrollton, KY 
Booneville, KY 
Beattyville, KY 
Richmond, KY 



Peebles, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Albany, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Berea, KY 

Printer, KY 

Printer, KY 

Richmore, KY 



Independence, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Means, KY 

Kettering, OH 

Lexington, KY 



Whitesburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Russell Springs, KY 

Trinidad, W. I. 

Winchester, KY 



Seniors/Abe-Ane 247 



KAREN APPLEGATE 
THOMAS ARMSTRONG 
SHERRI ARNOLD 
BONNI ASCHERMAN 
MICHAEL A. ASHER 



CAROLYN ASHLEY 
DARREN ATKINSON 
MARK AUXIER 
MELANIE S. AZBILL 
PEGGY BAAS 



CHERYL BACHMAN 
JOHN BACK 
MARY S. BADGLEY 
TAMALA S. BAHM 
TIMOTHY r. BAILEY 



SAM BAILEY III 
CASEY BAIN 
LARRY BAKER 
TANYA BAKER 
TONY BAKER 



VERNA BAKER 
KIM BALL 
RONALD BALL 
ANNE BALLARD 
LARRY BALLARD 



LEANNE BANK 
LINDA BANKS 
CHERYL BARFIELD 
GREG BARGO 
ANNE S. BARKER 



KAREN D. BARKER 
M. ELLEN BARLOW 
LEAH M. BARNER 
SHERRY LYNNE BARNES 
ALAN BARNETT 



Arlington Heights, IL 

Richmond, KY 

London, KY 

Richmond, VA 

Winchester, KY 



Naples, KY 

Treaton, OH 

Paris, KY 

Downingtown, PA 

Louisville, KY 



Winchester, KY 
Dayton, OH 

Hamilton, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Springfield, OH 



Marrerc, LA 

Berea, KY 

Bocca, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Xenia, OH 



Louisville, KY 

W Harrison, IN 

West Harrison, IN 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Ravenna, KY 



Tarpon Springs, FL 

Tvner, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Gray, KY 

Winchester, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Middletown, OH 

Sizerock, KY 

Richmond, KY 




2 -IS Seniors, App-Bar 




KIMBERLY K. BASTON 
RENNIE L. BATES 
JAMIE BEADLES 
DAPHNE A. BEAR 
JON BEASEY 



SHARON BECKER 
JENNIFER BECKMAN 
DAWNA BEEBOUT 
RUTHETTA BEGLEY 
GISELLE BELANGER 



KIM PATRICE BELL 
DANITA BENNETT 
KATHLEEN BENNETT 
CHARLES BENSON 
ROB BENTLEY 



VICKI BENTLEY 
MICHELE E. BERGER 
TIM BERGMAN 
SUSAN BERRY 
WADE BEVINS 



BOB BIANCO 
LINDA BISHOP 
MARTY BISHOP 
AMBER BLACK 
JOHN BLACK 



JAMES BLACKBURN 
MICHAEL BLACKERBY 
CARLA BLANKENSHIP 
MICHAEL H. BLASER 
TAMARA BLAU 



DELLA BLEVINS 
RHONDA K. BLEVINS 
TODD BLEVINS 
MATT BOBZIEN 
LISA BOCOOK 



Dry Ridge, KY 

Hazard, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Johnstown, PA 
Shelbyville, KY 



Goshen, OH 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Lexington, KY 

London, KY 

Northville, MI 



Richmond, KY 
Grove City, OH 
Springfield, OH 

Richmond, KY 
South Shore, KY 



Whitesburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Pineville, KY 



LaGrange, KY 

Booneville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Flemingsburg, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Phyllis, KY 

Springfield, KY 

Batavia, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Walton, KY 



Grayson, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Cumberland, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Ashland, KY 



Seniors/Bas-Boc 249 



CHRISTOPHER BODEN 


Richmond, 


KY 


GRACE BOGARD 


Richmond, 


KV 


DONNA L. BOGGS 


Lexington, 


KY 


DAVID BOLTE 


Russell, 


fO 


MICHAEL BOLTON 


Lancaster, 


KY 


JILL BONFIGLIO 


Centerville, 


OH 


CHARLES E. BOOTH 


Williamson, 


WV 


JANET BOOTHE 


Rineyville, 


KY 


WILLIAM H. BOPP 


Lvkens 


. PA 


DOUG BOTKIN 


Lexington, 


*o 


KIM BOTKINS 


Georgetown, 


KY 


LYNN BOUCHARD 


Louisville, 


KY 


PAT BOWEN 


Allen, 


KY 


MARK A. BOWLING 


London, 


KY 


SARA BOWLING 


Richmond, 


KY 


ASHLEY D. BOYD 


Louisville, 


KY 


JOHN M. BOYD 


Lexington, 


K\ 


JULIE BOYD 


Portsmouth, 


OH 


MICHAEL BRADLE 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


JOHN BRADLEY 


Louisville, 


KY 


CYNTHIA E. BRADSHAW 


Lucasville, 


OH 


BELVA BRANDEABURG 


Beattyville, 


KY 


CARTER BRANDENBURG 


Richmond, 


KY 


CONNIE BRANDENBURG 


Heidelberg, 


KY 


MARY BRANHAM 


Winchester, 


KY 


STEPHEN BRANHAM 


Flatwoods, 


KY 


MICHAEL BRANNON 


Fort Wright, 


KY 


THERESA BRANSCUM 


Monticello, 


KY 


JOHN KENNETH BRAY 


Berea, 


KY 


SHERRI BREEZE 


Louisville, 


KY 


RICKY BROCK 


Stanford, 


KY 


SANDRA JEAN BROCKWELL 


Hopkinsville, 


KY 


MARY BRODBECK 


Springfield, 


OH 


A. MAUREEN BROOKS 


Louisville, 


KY 


GLENDA BROOKS 


London, 


KY 




250 Seniors/Bod-Bro 




ANNE BROTZGE 
BOBBY L. BROWN 
CRYSTAL BROWN 
JENNIFER BROWN 
LELIA SUE BROWN 



LINDA C. BROWN 
REBECCA M. BROWN 
WALTER B. BROWN 
JAYNE BRUEGGEN 
DONNIE BRUMMETT 



ELIZABETH BRYANT 
MARY BUCHANAN 
MARYLEIGH H. BUCHER 
MARY ALICE BUNCH 
WILMA BUNCH 



JANICE SUE BURCHELL 
JOHNDA BURCHETT 
GEORGENE BURGESS 
KYLE THOMAS BURKE 
DONNA BURNETT 



JILL BURRIS 
JACK BURTON 
LOU ANN BURTON 
REGINA LYN BURTON 
BRIAN BUSCH 



MICHELE BUSEY 
JAE BUTCHER 
RENAE BUTCHER 
BETHANY CAHILL 
MARK EPHRAN CAIN 



JACKIE CAINS 
CAROLYN CALDWELL 
TERESSA CALDWELL 
VANESSA L. CALHOUN 
JAMES CAMPBELL 



Jeffersontown, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Covington, KY 

London, KY 

Frankfort, KY 



Richmond, KY 
Lexington, KY 

Williamsburg, KY 
Dayton, KY 

Crab Orchard, KY 



Eminence, KY 

Russell, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Paducah, KY 



Manchester, KY 

Gulnare, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Radcliff, KY 



Radcliff, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Columbia, KY 

Florence, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Somerset, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Petersburg, KY 

Crittenden, KY 



Georgetown, KY 

Columbia, KY 

Columbia, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Seniors/ Bro-Cam 251 



Combs Hall mailboxes are prepared by Jodie 
Moran for (he return of students. 




MARK STEVEN CAMPBELL Campbellsburg, KY 



TINA MARIA CAPPA 
LISA CARE^. 

CATHERINE CARMOSINO 
DONNA LYNN CARPENTER 



TERESA CARPENTER 
ROGER LEE CARR 
KAREN CARROLL 
BIANCA CARTER 
JERI CARTER 



SAM CARTER 
TRULENA CASE 
DAVID CASEY 
JOHNNY CASPER 
MARY LYNN CASTELL 



SHARON CAUDILL 
DANA CAVE 
PATRICIA CHADWELL 
MARYBETH CHAMBERS 
GEORGE D. CHANEY 



Fairfield, OH 

Springfield, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Richmond, KY 



Berea, KY 

Brodhead, KY 

Red Bank, NJ 

Lexington, KY 

Russell, KY 



Pikeville, KY 

Ravenna, KY 

Waddy, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Bloomfield, KY 



Broadhead, KY 
Campbellsville, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Beattvville, KY 




252 Seniors/Cam-Cha 




CARLA CHAPMAN 
JACKIE CHAPMAN 
EDWINA CHILDERS 
TIM CHISHOLM 
ANN CHRISTIE 



JOYCE CHR1STMAN 

RANDALL S. CHRISTOPHER 

ANNIE CLARK 

CONNIE CLARK 

EARL LAVELLE CLARK JR. 



KATHY CLARK 
WILLIAM CLARK JR. 
SANDRA CLAWSON 
KATHY CLAYTON 
MICHAEL R. CLAYTON 



LYNN CLAYWELL 
JAMES CLEM 
CHERYL CLEMENTS 
LARRY CLEMENTS 
ANNA N. CLEMONS 



ROBYN CLIFTON 
DIANE CLINE 
KATRINA COLE 
LACINDA COLE 
ROBERT COLE 



WILMA JEAN COLE 
JOHN T. COLLINS 
RADEANA COLLINS 
RUSSELL COLWELL 
JENNIFER COMBS 



RONDA OEDER COMBS 
KEVIN CONELIUS 
MARY NANCY COOKE 
ALICE COOPER 
PHILLIP COPHER 



Flatwoods, KY 

Inez, KY 

Elkhorn City, KY 

Pleasureville, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Conterville, OH 

Irvine, KY 

Simpsonville, KY 

Dayton, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Rockholdes, KY 

Lynthiana, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Burkesville, KY 

Bulter, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Springfield, KY 

Sebastians Brch, KY 



Hebron, KY 

Morganfield, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Jackson, KY 



Jackson, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Aberdeen, OH 

London, KY 
Richmond, KY 



Lebanon, OH 

Lancaster, KY 

Butler, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Paris, KY 



Seniors/Cha-Cop 253 



CAROL ANN CORNETT 


Daisy, 


KY 


DAVID CORNETT 


Middletown, 


OH 


LORI CORNFIELD 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


MELANIE CORWIN 


New Richmond, 


OH 


MELINDA L. COULTER 


Cvnthiana, 


K> 


BRAD COURTNEY 


Villa Hills, 


IO 


DEBRA COVEY 


Richmond, 


tO 


JOHN COX 


Corbin, 


KY 


LARRY COX 


Harrogate, 


TN 


DAVID CRAFT 


Albany, 


K\ 


DANA CRAIG 


Mount Vernon, 


KY 


WANDA CRAIG 


Corbin, 


KY 


JULIA M. CRAVEN 


Covington, 


K\ 


ED CRAVENS 


Liberty, 


K\ 


TIM CRAWLEY 


Richmond, 


KY 


ANDREA CRIDER 


Louisville, 


IO 


SHARON CRISWELL 


Frankfort, 


K\ 


DIANA CROCKETT 


Lexington, 


KY 


JOSEPH A. CROSLIN 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


DEREK CROSS 


Helenwood, 


T\ 


VONDA CROUCHER 


Berea, 


KY 


ROBERT CROW 


Middletown 


, PA 


SHONNA CROWE 


Ravenna, 


fO 


GORDON CROWLEY 


Monticello, 


KY 


MARK CRUEY 


Erlanger, 


to 


TANYA S. CRUMBIE 


Paris, 


KY 


DALE CRUMP 


Owensboro, 


K\ 


TINA CUMMINS 


Berea, 


K\ 


LINDA CUPP 


London, 


KY 


CARLA BREEDING DALE 


Rineyville. 


kY 


DAVID DALE 


Elizabethtown, 


k^i 


JEFFREY D. DALTON 


Louisville, 


K"i 


JOHN DALTON 


Monticello, 


k> 


TERESA DANIEL 


Frankfort, 


K^ 


ELLEN DAUGHERTY 


East Bernstadt, 


k^ 








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254 Seniors/Cor-Dau 



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SUE DAUGHERTY 


London, 


KY 


TERESA DAULTON 


Somerset, 


k> 


BETH DAUZENBERG 


Ft. Wright, 


KY 


ANN DAVIDSON 


Pineville, 


k> 


ANTHONY DAVIDSON 


Mount Vernon, 


KY 


RENEE DAVIDSON 


Richmond, 


KY 


JAMES W. DAVIS 


Louisville, 


K> 


JEFFREY W. DAVIS 


Louisville, 


KY 


LYNNE CHARISSE DAVIS 


Louisville, 


KY 


STEPHEN L. DAVIS 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


WILLIAM K. DAVIS 


Danville, 


KY 


JACKIE DAY 


London, 


KY 


SAMUEL MARCUS DEACON 


Lebanon, 


KY 


DEBBIE DEATHERAGE 


Stanford, 


K\ 


RICHELLE DEBELL 


Kingston, 


TN 


NANCY DECKEL 


Louisville, 


KY 


JEFF DECKER 


Berea, 


KY 


LINDA DeHART 


Lou, 


KY 


DANIEL R. DELLER 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


RENEE DENEEN 


Louisville, 


KY 


GAYLE DENHAM 


Slade, 


KY 


CHERYL DENNEY 


Stanton, 


KY 


KIMBERLY DEROSSETT 


Allen, 


KY 


BRIAN DICKENS 


Nicholasville, 


KY 


BETTINA DICKSON 


Lexington, 


KY 


ELIZABETH DIMM 


Lexington, 


KY 


TERRI DIMOND 


Westerville, 


OH 


DEBBIE DISHMAN 


Monticello, 


K> 


GREGORY L. DIXON 


Lancaster, 


KY 


KIM DOBBLING 


Ft. Thomas, 


KY 


DEDE DOLLAR 


Hopkinsville, 


KY 


RANDY DOTSON 


Somerset, 


KY 


MARVETTA DOUGLAS 


Kings Mnt., 


KY 


KIMBERLEY DOYLE 


Richmond, 


KY 


BILLY DUGGAN 


Ravena, 


KY 



Seniors /Dau-Dug 255 



BRIDGET DUNAWAY 


London, KY 


LISA LEE DUNCAN 


North Huntingdon, PA 


LORI LYNN DUNCAN 


North Huntingdon, PA 


MICHAEL DUNCAN 


Louisville, KY 


BONNIE S. DUNLAP 


Willmington, OH 


MISCHA K. DUNNINGTON 


Monticello, KY 


STEPHANIE DUNNINGTON 


Monticello, KY 


REBECCA DUPONT 


Elizabethtown, KY 


ROBBIN DURBIN 


Irvine, KY 


TIMOTHY DURBIN 


New Haven, KY 


MARY HOSKINS DURHAM 


Yosemite, KY 


MARY CATHERINE DYE 


Stanford, KY 


JOHN W. ECKERLE 


Louisville, KY 


ALIA EDOIB 


Tripoli, Libya 


MARTIN EDU 


Richmond, KY 


BILL EDWARDS 


Harrodsburg, KY 


BRENDA EDWARDS 


Mitchellsburg, KY 


LEA ANN ELAM 


West Liberty, KY 


MARGARET ELDER 


Louisville, KY 


HOLLY ELLISON 


Wilmington, OH 


CHRISTOPHER ELROD 


Monroe, OH 


KEELEY EMBREY 


Pineyville, KY 


DAVID LEWIS EMERSON 


Oak Ridge, TN 


LAURA ENSOR 


Louisville, KY 


MICHAEL J. ERNST 


Louisville, KY 


PAM ESTEP 


West Portsmouth, OH 


BOBBY ESTES 


Nicholasville, KY 


DANIEL R. EVANS 


McKee, KY 


KAREN EVANS 


Corbin, KY 


KIMBERLY D. EVANS 


Miamisburg, OH 


LISA KAY EVANS 


Verona, KY 


MONICA EYCKMANS 


Lexington, KY 


CHERYL FANNIN 


Wheelersburg, OH 


LINDA FARRAR 


Sparta, KY 


GINA HAWKS FEE 


Harlan, KY 




256 Seniors/Dun-Fee 



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MONICA FELTNER 
PAUL FELTNER 
BARB FENNELL 
TIM FENTRESS 
ROBIN A. FETZER 



SUSAN FIELD 
JACQUELINE J. FILICKY 
THOMAS J. FINNEMAN 
JENNIFER FITZGERALD 
SHERILYN F. FIVASH 



LISA FLATT 

BRADFORD L. FLEMING 
RYAN FLESER 
TRACYE FLOYD 
MELODY FLYNN 



MONNA LYNN FLYNN 
NAOMI FONDA 
JILL FORBES 
ANITA FORD 
JENNIE FORQUER 



PORTIA FOSTER 
CONNIE FOUSHEE 
CHARLES FOX 
LISA FOX 
SUSAN FOX 



KEENAN FOY 
TAMARA J. FOY 
BEVERLEY FRANCIS 
DONNA FRAZER 
SHADE FRAZIER III 



JOANIE FREDERICK 
KARRIE FREEMAN 
BECKY J. FRENCH 
SANDRA L. FRENCH 
LISA FREY 



London, KY 

London, KY 

Cambridge, Canada 

Bethlehem, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Flatwoods, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Burnside, KY 

West Hill, Canada 



Louisville, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Wilmore, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 



Bronston, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Fort Mitchell, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Vine Grove, KY 

Harrisburg, PA 

Turner Station, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

St. Thomas, VI 

Poca, WV 

Whitesburg, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Maysville, KY 



Seniors /Fel-Fre 257 



BRAD FRUTH 
BRIAN FRUTH 
TRACYE FRUTH 
BETSY FRYMIRE 
{CATHERINE FULCHER 



MARK FULMORE 
BECKY GABBARD 
RAMONA B. GABBARD 
SHERRI D. GAMBRELL 
AMY GARDNER 



REBECCA L. GARDNER 
RICHARD GARLAND 
GREG GARNER 
JANE GARRETT 
MELISSA ANN GAW 



TERESA GAY 

TYRA GAYLORD 

LISA GEGEL 

BETTY JANE GEOGHEGAN 

AKLILE GESSESSE 



KAREN GEOHMANN 
BRIAN GIBBS 
CAREY GILFILLEN 
JOHN GILL 
KEVIN C. GILLESPIE 



KENT GILMAN 
JACK B. GILMORE 
SCOTT GIMBATTISTA 
PAULA GOATLEY 
HENRY GOINS 



LISA CARROLL GOODIN 
PATRICK GOODIN 
GLEN JAMES GRAHAM 
KEITH GRAMAN 
DOUGLAS GRANT 



Troy, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Madisonville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Crestwood, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Booneville, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Galena, OH 



Galena, OH 

Somerset, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Spencer, WV 

Middletown, OH 



Boonesville, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Kettering, OH 

Cynthiana, KY 

Etlliopia, East Africa 



Louisville, KY 

South Shore, KY 

New Richmond OH 

Versailles, KY 

Louisville, KY 



West Carrolton, OH 

Lebanon, KY 

W. Sayville, NY 

Louisville, KY 

Anchorage, KY 



Austin, IN 

Barbourville, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Lexington, KY 







258 Seniors/Fru-Gra 



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JAMES GRAY 
SHARON GREEN 
JANET GREENE 
STEPHANIE GREENHILL 
LARRY GREENWELL 



PAUL GREENWELL 
RANDY GREVES 
MARY GRIDER 
SHEILA KAY GRIDER 
TERESA GRIFFIN 



HARRY W. GRIFFITH 
MICHAEL GRISHAM 
JENNY GRISWOLD 
CARL GROESCHEN 

GENE GUINN 



MARTHA GUESS 
TAMMY SUE GULLETT 
SCOTT GUNNIGLE 
CHRISTY L. GUTTRIDGE 
FREDA HAGAN 



TERESA A. HAGAN 
MIKE HALL 
SUZANNE HALL 
TERESA HALL 
BASIL HALLIDAY 



DAVID HAMMONDS 
SCOTT HAMPTON 
DONNA HANCOCK 
PATRICIA HANLEY 
CHRISTOPHER HANNA 



MARY HANNAN 
MELISSA HARDIN 
LINDA KAYE HARGROVE 
DEBBIE HARLOW 
JOE WELLS HARPER JR. 



Plain City, OH 
Hopkinsville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Bardstown, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Madison, IN 
Glasgow, KY 

Versailles, KY 
Stanford, KY 



Wooton, KY 

Worthville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Fort Thomas, KY 

Monticello, KY 



Jamestown, OH 

Nicholasville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Whitesville, KY 



Winchester, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

St. Thomas, VI 



Greenup, KY 
Cynthiana, KY 
Columbia, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Loveland, OH 



Berea, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Crawfordsville, IN 

Cynthiana, KY 

Monticello, KY 



Seniors /Gra-Har 259 



BARB HARRIS 


Crawfordsville 


, IN 


CONNIE HARRIS 


Yeaddiss, 


KY 


REBECCA LYNN HARRISON 


Irvine, 


KY 


LISA HARROP 


Brandburg, 


KY 


WILLIAM R. HART 


Middlesboro, 


KY 


MIKE HARVILLE 


Richmond, 


KY 


MARY L. HASSFURDER 


Madison 


, IN 


JULIE HASTINGS 


Owensboro, 


KY 


DANA JEAN HASTY 


Richmond, 


KY 


CHARLES W. HATFIELD 


Forest Hills, 


KY 


GARRY HAWKINS 


Richmond, 


KY 


TERESA HAWKINS 


Shelbyville, 


KY 


MIKE HAWKSLEY 


Louisville, 


KY 


HEATHER HAYDON 


Lawrenceburg, 


KY 


JENNIFER HAYDON 


Fort Mitchell, 


KY 


HELEN HAYES 


Tyner, 


KY 


MICHAEL B. HAYES 


Lexington, 


KY 


STAN HEAD JR. 


Frankfort, 


KY 


DONNY HEBERT 


Lexington, 


KY 


DEBORAH G. HEEGER 


Ft. Mitchell, 


KY 


CARRIE HEIN 


Owensboro, 


KY 


ALI HELABI 


Saudi Arabi, Hail 


A. HOPE HELLARD 


Lawrenceburg, 


KY 


MICHELE HELLMANN 


Edgewood, 


KY 


JENNY HELTON 


Fern Creek, 


KY 


VICKI HEMBREE 


Ingram, 


KY 


ROBIN HENDRICKSON 


Pineville, 


KY 


BRENDA L. HENSLEY 


Richmond, 


KY 


DALE HENSLEY 


Nanchester, 


KY 


KIMBERLY D. HENSLEY 


Independence, 


KY 


MARVIN HENSLEY 


Mt. Vernon, 


KY 


JOHN D. HENSON 


Harlan, 


KY 


LISA HENSON 


Corbin, 


KY 


JOSE LUIS HERNANDEZ 


Naples, 


FL 


ELAINE HERRINGTON 


Lexington, 


KY 




260 Seniors /Har-Her 




WILLIAM HETZER 
ROBERT HEUPEL 
WALTER A. HIBNER 
RICK HICKEY 
SHERRI HICKS 



ROBBIN C. HIGGINS 
SHARON HIGHFILL 
IRENE HILL 

AMY LOUISE HILLEBRAND 
THERESA HILLERICH 



CHERI A. HINCHMAN 
JENNIFER HOCKEY 
MARK HODGE 
ANDREW HOEKZEMA 
MARTHA HOFF 



ELAINE K. HOKE 
GERRI HOLBROOK 
VICTORIA HOLBROOK 
KATHY HOLLAND 
JULIA HOLLIS 



SHERLONDA HOLLOWAY 
LISA CAROL HOLT 
TERENCE H. HOLWAY 
MIKE HOPKINS 
LESTER H. HOPPER 



KATHY HORN 
STEPHANIE HORN 
DAVID HORTON 
CONNIE HOSKINS 
JENNIFER HOSKINS 



SHERRY HOSKINS 
KIM HOUSE 
JANE HOWARD 
KEITH HOWARD 
LEIGH ANN HOWARD 



Indianapolis, IN 

Covington, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Falmouth, KY 

Jeffersontown, KY 

Berea, KY 

Middletown, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Allen, KY 

Henderson, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Lamp Hill, PA 



Dublin, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Sierra Vista, AZ 

Big Creek, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Louisville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

West Lake, OH 

Mount Vernon, KY 

Lorsch, W. Germany 



Paintsville, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Lexington, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 



Burlington, KY 

London, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Frankfort, KY 



Seniors/ Het-How 261 



JACQUELINE S. HOWELL 
KENT D. HOWELL 
DONNA HUBBARD 
TINA HUBBARD 
CINDY HUBER 



KATHY HUBER 
BEVERLY ANN HUFF 
RUBY HUFF 
ANN HUGHES 
BRIAN HULTZ 



JAMES HUME 

GREGORY HUNKEMOELLER 
GREGORY M. HUNT 
CATHERINE HUTSON 
BRIAN HYNDMAN 



JENNIFER ISAACS 
ROY A. ISAACS 
JAMES A. ISAMAN 
JULIE IVES 
KAREN IVIE 



CYNTHIA JACKSON 
JAMES JACKSON 
LISA JACKSON 
AHMED A. JAMA 
MARY JANE JAMES 



RAYLENE JAMES 
NEDRA JASPER 
DENNIS BARR JEFFERY 
KAREN JENKINS 
SCOTT JENNINGS 



WINFRED JENNINGS 
RONALD CLAY JOHNS 
CHARLES JEFFREY JOHNSON 
CONNIE JOHNSON 
JEFFREY E. JOHNSON 



Naples, FL 

Richmond, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Ft. Wright, KY 



West Harrison, IN 

Van Lear, KY 

Naples, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Jeffersontown, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 

Apopka, FL 



London, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Prospect, KY 

Fort Thomas, KY 



Flemingsburg, KY 

Gray, KY 

Mount Sterling, KY 

Megdisho, Somalia 

Lexington, KY 



Crestwood, KY 

Science Hill, KY 

Lebanon, OH 

Rineyville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Harlan, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Berva, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 

Paintsville, KY 





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262 Seniors/How-Joh 




JILL JOHNSON 
RICHARD H. JOHNSON 
SHERRY LEE JOHNSON 
STEVEN JOHNSON 
TERRI JOHNSON 



BATHSHEBA A. JONES 
DWAYNE JONES 
GARNET JONES 
KATHY JONES 
MIKE J. JONES 



TERESA C. JONES 
TERRI JONES 
TISH JONES 
ELVIN JOSEPH 
TAMMIE JUSTICE 



KIMBRA KAHLE 
DEBBIE KAMMERER 
RANDY F. KAPLAN 
KAREN KATTER 
BLAINE D. KELLEY 



Richmond, KY 

Ft. Myers, FL 

Detroit, MI 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Mason, OH 



Louisville, KY 

Barbourville, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Four Mile, KY 



Midway, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 

Colbin, KY 

Wooton, KY 

Pikeville, KY 



Huber Heights, OH 

Bevercreek, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Wilmington, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 




A large part of the learning process is the ac- 
tivities outside of the classroom, like partici- 
pating with the University band. 



Seniors/Joh-Kel 263 



LORI KELLEY 
SHERRY KELLY 
SHARIE A. KEMPF 
JUDY KERSTING 
KELLEY KETTENRING 



RICKEY KEY 
DANIEL KEYSER 
CARLA KIDWELL 
BETH KIMBROUGH 
SHARYL KING 



CLAY KINGSLEY 
BETH A. KIRCHER 
KENNY KIRKPATRICK 
JANE KITCHEN 
CHERYL L KLATT 



SHARI KNAUER 

SUZIE KNISLEY 

KAREN THOMPSON KOOS 

THOMAS A. KOOS 

KAROL KORFHAGE 



ERIC B. KREITZ 
DIANE L. KROTH 
LINDA KUEHN 
LEWIS D. KUHL 
ROSE KUHL 



JEFFREY M. KUNKEL 
LISA L. LAKE 
MELISSA LAMBORN 
SANDY LANCASTER 
LORETTA LAWSON 



VICKIE LAWSON 
DENISE LAYTON 
JOHN COLLIS LAYTON 
ALLEN LEACH 
VAUGHN LEACKE 



Somerset, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Stamping Ground, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Walton, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Tavlor Mill, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Southgate, KY 



Ft. Thomas, KY 

Pine Knot, KY 

Berea, KY 

Berea, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Winchester, KY 

Union, KY 

Sabrina, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Erlanger, KY 

Berea, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Vine Grove, KY 

Norton, VA 



Williamsburg, KY 

Edgewood, KY 

Cynthiana, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Lebanon, KY 







264 Seniors/ Kel-Lea 




CINDY LEAR 
GAYLE LEAR 
MICHAEL J. LEAST 
PAMELA L. LEE 
PAULA LEE 



MARY JO LEEDY 
ANDI LEESON 
KEVIN LEET 
MELISSA LEFEBER 
LARILYNN LEFFLER 



LAURA LeMASTER 
PAULA A. LEPPO 
BRENDA LEWIS 
JENNIFER LEWIS 
PATRICIA D. LEWIS 



NANCY LIBBEE 
MARY BETH LINDSAY 
TEENA LINDSEY 
DOUG LINEBACH 
JAMES A. LINTON 



JUDITH D. LIPP 
BETH PHILLIPS LIPPS 
CHRISTOPHER LIPTOCK 
REBECCA LITTLETON 
ALANE LIVINGOOD 



MARK LIVINGOOD 
RUTHIE LOCKARD 
KAREN SUE LOGAN 
RONNIE LOGUE II 
JANET LOHR 



CHERYL LOHSE 
DEBORAH K. LONG 
MELANIE A. LONG 
ARTHUR L. LONGNAKER JR 
BUNNY LOOP 



Mount Vernon, KY 

Crab Orchard, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Stanford, KY 

West Chester, OH 

Prospect, KY 

Lebanon, OH 

Kettering, OH 



Centerville, OH 

Fairborn, OH 

Georgetown, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Smilax, KY 



Milford, OH 

Springfield, OH 

Irvine, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Springfield, KY 



London, KY 
Garrard, KY 

Bethlehem, PA 
Grayson, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Dryridge, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Danville, KY 
Frankfort, KY 



Waynsville, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Brodhead, KY 

Harrisburg, PA 

Bemus Point, NY 



Seniors/Lea-Loo 265 



KEVIN LOTHRIDGE 
ELIZABETH LOVETT 
RITA LOWHORN 
DEBBIE L. LUCAS 
ELLEN LYCAN 



KATHERINE DENISE LYNCH 
DONNA LYONS 
KIM MABERY 
BEN MAGGIO JR. 
KEITH MAHAN 



BELINDA MANESS 
KAREN MANGUS 
JOIEDENE MARCUM 
PATTY MARKS 
KAREN MARLOWE 



DAWN FRANCES MARSH 
FELICIA I. MARSHALL 
KAREN E. MARSHALL 
ANGELA MARTIN 
BILL MARTIN 



DAWN MARTIN 
GENTRY MARTIN 
JUDIE MARTIN 
SALLY M. MARTIN 
FRANK D. MASDEN 



Aurora, IN 

Columbus, OH 

Albany, KY 

Melvindale, MI 

Lebanon, OH 



Elizabethtown, KY 

Richmond, KY 

London, KY 

Vineland, NJ 

Bordine, KY 



Phelps, KY 

Louisville, KY 

London, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Irvine, KY 



Cynthiana, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Paris, KY 

Corbin, KY 



Salt Like, KY 

Danville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Owensboro, KY 



CAROLYN MASON 
JOHN SCOTT MASTERS 
BERNARD WAYNE MATTINGLY 
G. DONALD MATTINGLY JR. 
SHEILA MATTINGLY 



JANNENE B. MAUDLIN 

KEN MAUDLIN 

KIM MAY 

JOE MAYNARD 

PAUL J. MAZUREK 



Milford, OH 

Crab Orchard, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Springfield, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Culver, IN 

Louisville, KY 

Northvale, NJ 




266 Seniors/ Lot-Maz 



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ANNE McAULIFFE 
PERRY McCALL III 
JACK McCANN 
RICHARD A. McCLENDON 
TYNA McCLURE 



STEVEN McCOMBS 
RENEE McCOWAN 
DOUGLAS W McDANIEL 

ruth e. Mcdonald 

TIM McDONOGH 



shawn Mcdowell 

JAMES McFADDEN 
MARK McFERRON 
MARCIA McGEE 
MELISSA McGEE 



KATHY McGHEE 
MARY McGILL 
CARMELA McGRAW 
MIKE McINTOSH 
TERESA McINTOSH 



SHARON J. McIVER 
KAREN McLEAN 
SHEILAH McMULLEN 
CLAUDE McNEW 
JAMES MICHAEL MEADE 



TAMELA MEADE 
JOHNDA MEADOWS 
MISSY MEADOWS 
JEFFREY MEEK 
PAULA R. MEEK 



WILLIAM COATES MEEKS 
JOSEPH MEHOK 
LORI MELVILLE 
CAMILLE MERCHANT 
JUDY MERMAN 



Cincinnati, OH 

Leitchfield, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Henderson, KY 



Cleveland, OH 

London, KY 

Lebanon, OH 

Versailles, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Crawfordsville, IN 

London, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

London, KY 

Corbin, KY 



Caneyville, KY 

LaGrange, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Lexington Park, MD 

Winchester, KY 



Albany, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Williamstown, KY 

Berea, KY 

Ashland, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Greenup, KY 

Middletown, OH 

Pikeville, KY 

Boons Camp, KY 



Corbin, KY 

Danville, KY 

Southgate, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Seniors /McA-Mer 267 



BESSIE MERRILL 
NANNETTE METZ 
ROBIN MEYER 
ELIZABETH MICHALEK 
LISA MIDDLETON 



SHEILA D. MILES 
ANTHONY E. MILLER 
CYNTHIA J. MILLER 
DEBBIE MILLER 
EDDIE J. MILLER 



GARY C. MILLER 
JACQUELINE MILLER 
JEFFREY L. MILLER 
KATHY MILLER 
MIKE MILLER 



REBECCA MILLER 
PHYLLIS MILLS 
LESA S. MILLSTEAD 
SUSAN MINGUS 
LANA MIRACLE 



ROBERT W. MIRACLE 
GREG MITCHELL 
KIM MITCHELL 
MARY MITCHELL 
JILL MOLDEN 



LEISHA MOODY 
WYATT MOODY 
DEANA MOORE 
JODIE MORAN 
SUSAN MOREHEAD 



KIMBERLY MORELAND 
JAMES E. MORGAN 
LAURIE MORGAN 
DONNA MORRIS 
MICHAEL L. MORRIS 



Richmond, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Manchester, OH 
Springville, NY 

Lexington, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 
Florence, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Lexington, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Mt. Olivet, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Ravenna, KY 



Springfield, OH 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Ekron, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Corbin, KY 



Stanford, KY 

Dillsboro, IN 

Georgetown, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Somerset, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Sulphur, KY 

Arcanam, OH 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Hebron, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Middletown, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Busy, KY 

Berea, KY 




268 Seniors/Mer-Mor 




PAMELA MORRIS 
SHEILA L. MORRIS 
PAULA GAYLE MORTON 
STEVE MOULTON 
ANNE MUIRHEAD 



DONNA MULLER 
CHRIS MULLINS 
JEANNE MURPHY 
GREGORY ROGERS MURRAY 
CRISTIE MUSS 



DAVE MUTH 
PAULA MUTHLER 
JEFF MYERS 
STEVE NAISER 
JENNIFER NANCE 



RONALD NASER 
BECKY NEAL 
MICHAEL NEAL 
LINDA NEUMANN 
JACQUIE NEWBERRY 



RHONDA NEWBY 
JULIA NEWELL 
SANDY NEWKIRK 
DEBRA NEWTON 
LYNETTE NEWTON 



THOMAS P. NICHOLAS III 
ELEE NICHOLS 
TRENA L. NOBLE 
CALVIN NOEL 
KAREN LEE NOEL 



VICKI NORFLEET 
SONIA NORTHCUTT 
KENNETHA OBROFF 
KATHY O'DANIEL 



Busy, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Columbus, OH 

Louisville, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Louisville, KY 
West Point, KY 



Somerset, KY 
Louisville, KY 
California, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Sebree, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Middletown, OH 

Orlando, FL 

Highland, IN 

Batavia, OH 



Pineville, KY 

Toledo, OH 

Wilmington, OH 

Cattlettsburg, KY 

Salem, WV 



Anchorage, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Booneville, KY 

Dryridge, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 



Russell Springs, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Flatwoods, KY 

Bardstown, KY 



ROSEMARY ODONG-WODOLAM Gulu, Uganda, EA 



Seniors/Mor-Odo 269 



NANCY A. OESWEIN 
JACQUE OETKEN 
JANE OFFUTT 
PAMELA J. O'HARA 
ANNETTE OHLMANN 



KAREN E. OLDE 
JACKIE ONAN 
STEPHANIE ORMES 
ANGEL ORTIZ 
MICHAEL OSBORNE 



TOM OSBOURNE 
BECKY OSTRANDER 

NANCY OTTER 
DONNA OVERSTREET 
TAMMY OWENS 



LISA PACE 
LEN PACKETT 
CHRISTOPHER PAGEL 
DEBORAH LYNN PAIGE 
KEITH ROGER PAIGE 



Louisville, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Brandenburg, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Base Ramey, PR 

Harlan, KY 



Georgetown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Prospect, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Liberty, KY 



Corbin, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

McDowell, KY 

Richmond, KY 



PAULA PAINTER Alexandria, KY 

JULIE PALECHEK Hamilton, OH 

RAMONA PALMER Winchester, KY 

FORTUNATO ROCCO PANGALLO Newport, KY 

SHAN PARKEY Florence, KY 



SHARON KAY PARKS 
BRIAN PARR 
JENNIFER PARRIGAN 
JUDY PATTEN 
JEFFREY L. PATTERSON 



JULIE PATTERSON 
LESA LAMBERT-PATTON 
JEANNINE PAYNE 
PHILLIP M. PAYNE JR. 
BONNIE PEABODY 



Hamilton, OH 

Harrisburg, PA 

So. Williamson, KY 

Junction City, KY 

Nancy, KY 



Houston, TX 

Hawesville, KY 

Pewee Valley, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 




70 Seniors /Oes-Pea 




TAMMY PEAVY 
SHERRY PEDIGO 
DOUGLAS A. PENCE 
DINAH PENICK 
DORIS E. PERKINS 



DOUGLAS PERKINS 
PATTY PETRA 
DWAYNE J. PETTIT 
ROBERT D. PETTIT 
JANICE PHARIS 



CHARLES D. J. PHELPS 
ELIZABETH PHELPS 
BETHANY PHILLIPS 
JOHN KENNEDY PHILLIPS 
TRACY PHILLIPS 



STEVE PIGG 

TOM PINCKLEY 

C. DENNIS PINKSTON 

SANDRA PITMAN 

STEPHEN PLANK 



CONNIE PLEIMAN 
DEBBIE POLLARD 
SCOTT PORTER 
KIM POWELL 
WILELLA POYNTER 



TAMYRA PRATER 
DONNA PRATT 
MARK L. PRATT 
CHARLOTTE PREECE 
GARY L. PREECE 



MATT PRESSLER 
BILLYE J. PRESTON 
WOODFORD E. PRESTON 
RON PREWITT 
JOE PRIDMORE 



Loretto, KY 

Jeffersontown, KY 

Middletown, OH 

Ashland, KY 

Falmouth, KY 



Monticello, KY 

Kenvir, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Burkesville, KY 



Somerset, KY 
Somerset, KY 

Manchester, KY 
Beattyville, KY 

Manchester, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Springfield, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Biglerville, PA 



New Bremen, OH 

Burlington, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Paducah, KY 

Codoin, KY 



Longley, KY 

Garrett, KY 

Middletown, OH 

Paintsville, KY 

Paintsville, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Richmond, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Lancaster, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Seniors /Pea-Pri 271 



SHERRY PUCKETT 
CONNIE PULLIAM 
BRIAN E. PURVIS 
CATHY QUEEN 
JOE QUIGLEY 



LARRY QUILLEN 
KATHY QUINN 
STEVE RAIKE 
GRACE RAINWATER 
KAREN RALEY 



KATHRYN RANDLES 
REBECCA RANEY 
KIMBERLY RAPSON 
KAREN RATCLIFF 
MICHAEL RATLIFF 



HOLLY REAM 
GWENN REAME 
R. SUZANNE REDER 
RAE MICHELE REEB 
BERNARDINE L. REED 



JOEY LEE REFFETT 
LISA REMINGTON 
TRACY M. REMLEY 

THERESA RENN 
JOHNNY RESTREPO 



GLEN REVAN 
LEE REYNOLDS 
PATRICIA REYNOLDS 
RACHEL I. RHUDE 
DIANE RICE 



DVVAYNE RICE 
LISA RICHARDSON 
LYNN RICHARDSON 
KAREN RICHARDSON 
RHONDA RICHERT 



Winchester, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Ashland, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Flatwoods, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Greenfield, OH 
Monticello, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Winchester, KY 

Louisville, KY 
Burlington, KY 
Winchester, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Dearborn, MI 

Martinex, CA 

Springfield, OH 

Louisville, KY 



Winchester, 

Louisville, 

Silver Grove, 

Louisville, 

Lexington, 



KY 
KY 
KY 
KY 
KY 



Brooklyn, 

Fort Mitchell, 

Wilmington, 

Blanchester, 

Radcliff, 



Paris, 

Irvine, 

Louisville, 

Louisville, 

Mount Vernon, 



NY 
KY 
OH 
OH 
KY 



KY 

KY 
KY 
KY 
OH 




272 Seniors/Puc-Ric 




TRINA RIDER 
GREG RIECK 
MARK L. RIFFEE 
SCOTT RIGGS 
ALLISON W. RISON 



KEVIN JOSEPH RILEY 
SARAH ROAN 
PHIL ROBERTS 
SUSAN ROBERTSON 
W. SCOTT ROBERTSON 



DON ROBINSON 
ELIZABETH ROBINSON 
JUANITA ROBINSON 
KIMBERLY A. ROBINSON 
RAM ROBINSON 



MONA ROBISON 
EDWINA ROGERS 
MELISSA ROGERS 
WILMA J. ROGERS 
DOLORES ROLAND 



KEVIN T ROMARD 
BOBBY ROSE 
LEITH M. ROSE 
ROBERT ROSE 
SCARLET ROSS 



PENNY ROWE 
STEVEN D. ROWE 
CHARLES ROWLETT 
LINDA ROZAK 
MARK RUDDELL 



MARY BETH RUSCHELL 
MARY CONDON RUSSELL 
TRACEY RUTLEDGE 
JENNIFER E. SANDERS 
CHAROLETTE A. SANDLIN 



Williamstown, KY 

Luzerne, IA 

Battle Creek, MI 

Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Ravenna, KY 

Peneville, KY 

New Castle, KY 

Waddy, KY 

Bethel, KY 



East Burnstadt, KY 

Lockland, OH 

Orlando, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Irvington, KY 



Sulphur, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Villa Hills, KY 

Slanton, KY 

Williamstown, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 
Richmond, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Berea, KY 
Mays Lick, KY 



Pikeville, KY 

Fairdale, KY 

Worthington, KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Carlisle, KY 



Villa Hills, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Harlan, KY 

Buckhorn, KY 



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Seniors/Rid-San 273 



COLLEEN SASSER 
RON DA SATTERLY 
MARGARET SAVAGE 
JOSEPH SAYER 
DIANE S. SAYLOR 



JULIE SCEARCE 
SUSAN SCHAFFER 
PATSY SCHALKNUK 
JOYCE SCHARDEIN 
SUSAN SCHEHR 



EDWARD SCHELLHAAS 
MARTIN D. SCHICKEL 
KAREN SCHMIDT 
CHERYL SCHNERINGER 
MELINDA SCHNITZLER 



SANDY SCHOONOVER 
DENISE SCHROERLUCKE 
LAURIE B. SCHROETER 
MELISSA SCHUERING 
CAROLYN SCOTT 



CLIFTINA SCOTT 
DEBBI SCOTT 
GWYN SCOTT 
SHANNON L. SCOTT 
STACY SCURLOCK 



NANCY E. SEARING 
GRACE E. SEBASTIAN 
IBRAHIM SEHAIBANI 
CONSTANCE J. SEMLER 
DIANE M. SENG 



MICHAEL SENTERS 
LYNN SETTLES 
LORA SEWARD 
SHERYL SEWELL 
DALE SEXTON 



Corbin, KY 
Grayson, KY 

Albany, KY 
Stanford, CT 
Seymour, CT 



Louisville, KY 

Indep., KY 

Severna Park, MD 

Louisville, KY 

Blue Ash, OH 



Springfield, OH 

Loveland, OH 

Erlanger, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Waynesburg, KY 



Mason, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 



Mayslick, KY 

Cattlettsburg, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Horse Cave, KY 

Ashland, OH 



Burlington, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Saudi Arabia 

St. Louis, MO 

Louisville, KY 



Bryants Store, KY 

Finley, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Ashland, KY 




274 Seniors/Sas-Sex 




Right: Students gather between class to social- 
ize at a popular meeting place between the 
Powell Building and the Bookstore, Horney 
Corner. 



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JACQUELINE SEXTON 
TENA L. SEXTON 
VICKIE LYNN SHADOAN 
SUSAN SHEERAN 
DONNIE JEAN SHELTON 



TERESA SHELTON 

GLENN SHIELDS 

PEGGY SHINKLE 

PAULA SHIRLEY 

PATRICIA SHORT 



STEPHANIE SHUERING 
AMELIA SHUFORD 
FRED W. SIEBERT 
FRED J. SIEGELMAN III 
LINDA SIMMONS 



MARK SIMMONS 
DON SIMPSON 
J. KEVIN SIMPSON 
TONYA SIMPSON 
KEVIN SINNETTE 



Monticetlo, KY 

Corinth, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Vine Grove, KY 

Crab Orchard, KY 



Monticello, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Muldraugh, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Corpus Christi, TX 
Chgo. Hts., IL 
Lexington, KY 
Kettering, OH 



Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Crestwood, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Ashland, KY 



Seniors/Sex-Sin 275 



CONNIE S. SIPPLE 


Erlanger, KY 




THOMAS SIPPLE 


Covington, KY 




MARK SIZEMORE 


Manchester, KY 


1 


JEFF SIZEMORE 


Covington, KY 


I 


SUSAN SKEES 


Elizabethtown, KY 

1 

! 


1 


GREG SLONE 


Taylorville, KY 




JO ELLEN SLONE 


Ashland, KY 




KATHY SLONE 


Ashland, KY 




MONICA SMALLEY 


Lebanon, KY 




KIMBERLY L. SMALLWOOD 


Manchester, KY 





ADA SMITH 
ANGELA SMITH 
BRIAN SMITH 
DONNA L. SMITH 
DONNA SMITH 



JENNIFER SMITH 
JERRY SMITH 
KEITH SMITH 
LINDA SMITH 
MARY ANNE SMITH 



MELODY SMITH 
NANCY E. SMITH 
PHYLLIS SMITH 
RANDAL SMITH 
RENEE SMITH 



RHONDA SMITH 
RHONDA SMITH 
STEVEN A. SMITH 
TRICIA SMITH 
WILLIE D. SMITH 



KAREN SMOCK 
CHRISTINE J. SNAPP 
LORA SNIDER 
TOM SON 
SHARON SORENSEN 



Lebanon, KY 

Freibarn, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Jackson, KY 



Monroe, OH 
Irvine, KY 

Radcliff, KY 
Pikeville, KY 

Carlisle, KY 



Freeburn, KY 

Centerville, OH 

Harlan, KY 

Gray, KY 

Winchester, KY 



Dayton, OH 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Bryantsville, KY 

Bybee, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Centerville, OH 




276 Seniors/Sip-Sor 









JOHN SPALDING 
LISA SPARKS 
JOYCE SPENCER 
MARY KAY SPENCER 
JAY SPRAGUE 



JEFFREY SPRAGUE 
DWAYNE STAMPER 
JANE STANDER 
STUART K. STANSBURY 
FRANK STAPLETON 



LYNDA STEELY 
LEE ANNE STEER 
SANDRA J. STEILBERG 
STACEY STEVENS 
WENDY STEVENS 



JON STEWART 
JOY C. STEWART 
REVA STEWART 
RHONDA J. STICKLEY 
KIM STIDHAM 



MICHELLE STIRNEMANN 
MARCIA L. STONE 
MARCIA STOUT 
MARILYN STRUNK 
TAMMY LYNN STRUNK 



DAVID STUBBLEFIELD 
ANN STUMP 
RACHAEL MARY SULE 
CHRIS SULLIVAN 
JON SUTKAMP 



MOHAMMED SUWAIRI 
KIM SWANSON 
NANCY SWANSON 
ANTHONY SWEAT 
LISA SWILLINGER 



Springfield, KY 

Morrill, KY 

Mount Sterling, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Bellevue, KY 



Bellevue, KY 

Aberdeen, OH 

Ludlow, KY 

London, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Philpot, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Ghent, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Ashland, KY 

Arcanum, OH 

Waco, KY 



Cleves, OH 

West Carrollton, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Tateville, KY 

Pine Knot, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Crawfordsville, IN 

New Port Richey, FL 

Bellevue, KY 



Saudia Arabia 

Russell Springs, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Seniors/Spa-Swi 277 



DANA SWINFORD 
SHERRIE TACKETT 
EDWARD W. TANNER 
RENEE A. TATE 
BILL TATUM 



Louisville, KY 

Inez, KY 

Balboa, Panama Canal Zone 

Louisville, KY 

Lebanon, KY 



LISA A. TATUM 


Louisville, 


KY 




DONALD J. TAYLOR 


Prospect, 


K> 




DURENDA TAYLOR 


Woodbine, 


K\ 




KEVIN TAYLOR 


London, 


KY 




WALLACE C TAYLOR 


Irvine, 


KY 




KATHY A. TEMPLE 


Marion, 


lO 


i 

r 


RHONDA TERRY 


Lerose, 


KY 




JAMIE THOMAS 


Lebanon, 


KY 




MICHAEL ASHBY THOMAS 


Winchester, 


KY 




NANCY THOMAS 


Louisville, 


KY 





LAURA THOMPSON 
MIKE THOMPSON 
THERESEA THOMPSON 
TRACY THOMPSON 
DIANE THORNTON 



KAREN TIETJENS 
TIM TINGLE 
JAMES G. TODD 
TRACY TOLLIVER 
EMILY TOMS 



SHAWN TOWER 
PATTI TOWERY 
THOMAS TRACEY 
STEVE TRAMMEL 
THOMAS PAUL TUCKER 



CYNTHIA SUE TRAVIS 
GARY TRUE 
MING TSANG 
DAVID S. TUPPY 
TONY TURNER 



Radcliff, KY 

Independence, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Demossville, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Moorefield, KY 

Dunnville, KY 



Catlettsburg, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Trumbull, CT 

Richmond, KY 

Lebanon Jet., KY 



Liberty, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Lykens, PA 

Pineville, KY 




278 S.emors/Swi-Tur 




NANCY TURPIN 
SHARON TYSON 
JOHN UNDERWOOD 
LORENZO VALENTINE JR. 
LUTRICIAVAN BUSKIRK 



DAVID VANCE 
DONNA VANDY 
SUZANN VAN HOOSE 
ANITA VINCENT 
DEBBIE VINCENT 



MELANIE VINCENT 
WILLIAM VOCKERY 
JEROME VONDERHAAR 
SHERRI LYNN WADE 
SUSAN WADE 



TIM WAITS 
AMY S. WALKER 
MARK WALL 
STACY WALLACE 
GREG WALTERS 



LEE ANN WALTERS 
BELINDA WARD 
BONNIE WADE 
DANA WARD 
DONNA WARD 



JACKIE WARD 
PAMELA WARD 
RANDY WARD 
TONYA WARD 
KATHY WATKINS 



LEE ANN WEBB 
LYNN DEE WEBER 
KEN WEBESTER 
PETRA WEBSTER 
SANDRA WEBSTER 



Irvine, KY 

Nortonville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Newark, NJ 

Brooksville, FL 



Georgetown, KY 

London, KY 

Catlettsburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Ivel, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Callipolis, OH 
Beattyville, KY 



Wilmore, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Bybee, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Catlettsburg, KY 



Nancy, KY 

Glasgow, KY 

Beauty, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Beauty, KY 



Richmond, VA 

Richmond, KY 

Offutt, KY 

Saylersville, KY 

Blue Creek, OH 



Frankfort, KY 

Dublin, OH 

Frankfort, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Mount Sterling, KY 



Seniors/Tur-Web 279 



TOM WEBSTER 
RHONDA LYNN VVEDDLE 
PHIL WEHRMAN 
MARY WEIGEL 
MOLLY WEIGEL 



DEBBIE WELLS 
MARK WELLS 
APRIL WELTE 
BETH EVANS WENERY 
ELIZABETH WERNERY 



TIMOTHY WERNERY 
GLORIA WEST 
STEPHEN C. WEST 
ROBERT WESTBROOK 
JENNIFER WESTERMAN 



JAYNE C. WHEELER 
M. LUCINA WHELAN 
DAVE WHITAKER 
KAREN WHITAKER 
KEITH WHITAKER 



ARTIE WHITE 
DAVID WHITE 
PAULA WHITE 
PHILIP WHITE 
STEVE WHITE 



PHYLLIS WHITEHEAD 
DEBBIE WHITT 
ROBERT E. WHITT 
DANA L. WICKER 
PAUL WICKER 



CHARLOTTE WIDENER 
HELEN LOUISE WIGGER 
AMY WILBER 
LONNIE WILDER 
GINA WILES 



Ravenna, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Florence, KY 
Somerset, KY 
Somerset, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Augusta, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Reading, OH 



Cincinnati, OH 

Carrollton, KY 

Belpre, OH 

Florence, KY 

Shepherdsville, KY 



Harrodsburg, KY 

Vine Grove, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

London, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 



Stanton, KY 

Ft. Thomas, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Louisville, KY 

San Antonio, TX 



Louisville, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Paintsville, KY 

Mousie, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Donnelsville, OH 

Lebanon, KY 

Cubbage, KY 

Berea, KY 




280 Seniors/Web-Wil 




MARK S. WILEY 
JOHN WILKERSON 
BEVERLY WILLIAMS 
BUNNIE WILLIAMS 
LOUANN WILLIAMS 



REBECCA ANN WILLIAMS 
TERESA LYNN WILLIAMS 
DONNA M. WILLIS 
GAYLE WILLOUGHBY 
TERESA K. WILMERS 



ANN WILSON 
BEVERLY WILSON 
DEBBIE WILSON 
GENEVA BAKER WILSON 
GLENDA RENEE WILSON 



GREG WILSON 
J. R. WILSON 
JACKIE L. WILSON 
RAY WILSON 
SHELLE WILSON 



STUART WILSON 
SUSAN WILSON 
JAMES G. WIMSATT 
CINDY WINCHESTER 
DENISE WINKLER 



CYNTHIA ANN WISE 
JERALD A. WISE 
SHERRY WISE 
TODD WISE 
YVONNE WISNICKY 



Cynthiana, KY 
Sardinia, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Mayslick, KY 

London, KY 



Harlan, KY 

Baughman, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Owingsville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Lebanon, OH 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Cutshin, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Georgetown, KY 

Wash. Ch., OH 

Williamburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Crawfordsville, IN 



Franklin, OH 

Florence, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Stearns, KY 

Irvine, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Stamping Ground, KY 

Towson, MD 

Hazard, KY 



ELIZABETH L. WITHERSPOON 
SHERRY C. WITT 
CONNIE WOLFE 
MARLA WOLFE 
DAVE WOLFF 



Harrodsburg, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Burlington, KY 

Danville, KY 

Spring Valley, OH 



JENNI WOOD 
TERRY WOOD 
JEFFERY C. WOODS 
KAREN J. WOODS 
VICKIE WOOLDRIDGE 



SUSANNE WOOSLEY, 
WALTER SCOTT WOOSLEY 
B.G. WRIGHT 
BENNY WRIGHT, JR. 
KRISTA WYRICK 



GLENNAYANCY 
PATTY YATES 
JACQUELINE YEARY 
GEORGE E. YEASTE 
DARRELLYORK 



JEFF YORK 
KAREN D. YORK 
JANET M. YOUNG 
LISA YOUNG 
PHIL ZEHNDER 



DANIEL ZOELLER 



Dellbrook, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Carrolton, KY 
Knoxville, TN 
Stanford, KY 



Waco, KY 

Waco, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Jenkins, KY 

New Paris, OH 



Glencoe, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Aurora, IN 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 



Monticello, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Lagrange, KY 



Louisville, KY 



Right: The singing of the Alma Mater is one of the last events that these 
students will participate in before becoming alumni of the University. 




282 Seniors/Woo-Zoe 




NORA ABBOTT 

ANNE ABELL 

JOHN ABNEY 

CHARLES RANDY ADAMS 

DARLENE ADAMS 

RANDAL DEAN ADKINS 

MICHAEL J ALBANESE 



AMY ALBRIGHT 
CARLA ALEXANDER 
LISA ALEXANDER 
JANET ALLEN 
STACY ANNETTE ALLEN 
ROBIN ANN ALLGEIER 
MARK ALSIP 



Momicello, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Middletown, OH 

Woodberie, KY 

Paintsville, KY 

Fairdale, KY 



Middletown, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Waco, KY 

Annville, KY 

Albany, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Corbin, KY 



W. SCOTT ALTHAUSER Richmond, KY 

FRANKLIN AMMERMAN Butler, KY 
JAMIE ANDERKIN Mount Vernon. KY 

RHONDA C, ANDERSON London, KY 

FRED ARBOGAST Ashland, KY 

JOANNA ARMSTRONG Bardstown KY 

DAVID A. ARNOLD Clearwater, FL 



KAREN LYNN ARNOLD 
SUZANNE ARNOLD 
TERESA ARTHUR 
VICKI A. ASHLEY 
TED AVERBECK 
LLOYD BACH 
ELISSA BAILEY 



MELISSA BAILEY 
ANDY BAKER 
CHRISTINE BAKER 
SHELIA BALL 
MARCIA BALLARD 
MARGARET BALLARD 
CANNA JO BARGO 



KATHY BARGO 
TERRY L- BARKER 
JERRILYN BARNETT 
CHRIS BARNEY 
CYNDY BARNEY 
MELISSA BARTLETT 
ANNE BAUCH 



ALLYSON BAUDENDISTEL 

JACKIE BEARDEN 

BEVERLY BELL 

BRENT BELL 

BETH BELLANCA 

LISA BELLUCCI 

BRYAN BEMISS 



LAURA BENNETT 
LISA BENTLEY 
MICHAEL BERRYMAN 
ELIZABETH BERTRAM 
JAMES BETHARD 
TARA BILBREY 
FRED BISEL 



Louisville, KY 

Mason, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Columbus, OH 

Walton, KY 

Rousseau, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Behmam, KY 

Mount Sterling, KY 

Greenville, OH 

London, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Corbin, KY 



Gray, KY 
Burlington, KY 
Lewisport, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Newport, KY 
Fairfield, CT 



Bath. IN 
Edgewood, KY 
Lebannon, KY 
Warsaw, KY 
Maysville, KY 
Jefferstown, KY 
Frankfort, KY 



Springfield, OH 

Whitesburg, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Lake Park, FL 

Camden, DE 

Winchester, KY 

Marshall, MI 



CAROL BISHOP 

PAM BISPING 

LORRE BLACK 

MARLENE DENISE BLACK 

LISA BLAIR 

CINDY BLANKENSHIP 

JERRY BLANTON 



KATHI S. BLANTON 
LISA BLANTON 
PATTI BOAZ 
JEFF BOFFITT 
ONEIDA BOBROWSKI 
BASCIL BOGGS 
DANNY BOGGS 



Winchester, KY 
Richmond, KY 
New Holland, OH 
Georgetown, KY 
Morehead, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Beattyville, KY 



Cumberland. KY 
Zachanah, KY 
Buffalo, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Boonevill^, KY 
Whitesburg, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Juniors /Abb-Bog 283 



DAVID L. BOGGS 
REX BOGGS 
TONJA BOLLINGER 
JULIA BOLTON 
KATHY BOONE 
MARLENE BORDEN 
SCOTT BOTTOMS 



BRENDA BOUCHER 
MARY KAY BOWDY 
CONNIE BOWLING 
JENA BOWLING 
JENNY BOWLING 
LESLIE BOWLING 
STEVE BOWLING 



RENEE BRADENBURG 
MAUREEN S. BRADY 
CAMMY BRAET 
JAMES BRANDENBURG 
SUSAN BRANDENBURG 
CINDY BETH BRASHEAR 
ANNE BRAUN 



BETH BRAUN 
LOIS BRAUNAGEL 
NANCY BRENNAN 
AMY BRENT 
KIM BREWER 
PAUL BREWER 
BRADEN T. BRIAN 



CHRIS BRINLEY 
DENA BROCK 
BRAD BROCKMAN 
MARY BROOKS 
MINNIE BROOKS 
DEBRA L. BROWN 
DONYA BROWN 



JESSICA BROWN 
LEE BROWN 
ROBERT L BROWN 
JUDY BRUCE 
BARRY BRUINGTON 
CHARLES BRUNSON 
ALICE BRYANT 



MARTHA BRYANT 
BILL BRYANT 
DEBBIE BRYCE 
JANET BUCK 
TERESA BUNCH 
DONNA BURCH 
RODNEY BURCH 



RALPH BURKE 
DAN BUSSER 
DWIGHT BUTLER 
DWIGHT BUTLER 
JAMES W. CABLE III 
DIANA CAIN 
RENNIE CALABRIA 



JAN CALDER 
GEORGE CALDWELL 
JERRY CALDWELL 
GAY LYNN CALKIN 
RAY CALLENDER 
WADE CALVERT 
ANGELA CAMPBELL 



CRAIG CAMPBELL 
TERESA CANN 
ANDRENA CANTRELL 
VICKIE CARPENTER 
LISA GAYE CARRENDER 
WILLIAM CARY 
KEITH CASE 



Berea. KY 
Annville, KY 
Kettering, OH 
Kettering, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Perryville, KY 



Fremont, OH 

Ft, Thomas, KY 

London, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

London, KY 

Independence, KY' 



Irvine, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Winnetka, IL 
Beattyville, KY 
Beattyville, KY 
Jackson, KY 
Ft. Thomas, KY 



Washington, PA 
Milford, OH 
Clearwater, FL 
Pewee Valley, KY 
Booneville, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Louisville, KY 



Corbin, KY 

Calvin, KY 

Lebanon, KY 

London, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Henderson, KY 

Broadhead, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Hardinsburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Danville, KY 



Danville, KY 
Williamsburg, KY 
Smith Grove, KY 
Williamsburg, KY 
Irvine, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Middlesboro, KY 



Whitley City, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Kettering, OH 

Harned, KY 

Campton, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Hamilton, OH 



Somerset, KY 

New York, NY 

Lexington, KY 

Lou, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Georgetown, KY 

Portsmouth, OH 



Hyden, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Elkhorn City, KY 

Owingsville, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Williamsville, NY 

Louisville, KY 




284 Jnniors/Bog-Cas 




SALLY CASE 
NORMA CASEY 
NANCY CASS 
LEAH CASTON 
LISA CATLETT 
TINA CATLETT 
SHAWN ELIZ. CAUDILL 



Centerville, OH 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Brodhead, KY 

S. Williamson, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Lexington, KY 



JACKIE CECIL 
TINA MARIE CERRA 
DONNA CHAMPION 
DONNA MARIE CHAPMAN 
CATHY CHEROL 
CHRIS CHILDERS 
JESSICA CHILTON 



LISA CISSELL 
BRIAN CLARK 
DEIDRE L. CLARK 
FRANKLIN CLARK 
JAMES C. CLARK 
LORI CLARK 
MYRA E. CLARKSON 



DOUG CLENDENEN 
KAREN COCHRAN 
TAMARA COFFEY 
STEVE COFFMAN 
JEFF COLEMAN 
ELIZABETH H, COMBRON 
ANITA COMBS 



CHERYL COMBS 
DAVID V. COMBS 
DONALD COMBS JR. 
TAMMIE COMBS 
BOB COMPHER 
JEFF CONATSER 
PATTY CONLEY 



Stanville, KY 

Charleston, WV 

Louisville, KY 

Louisa, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Springfield, OH 



Loretlo, KY 
Lima, OH 
Bardstown, KY 
Morehead, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Leitchfield, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Forest Park, OH 

Lebanon, OH 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Newport, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Manchester, KY 



Jackson, KY 

Prospect, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Hazard, KY 

Glenview, IL 

Louisville, KY 

Hendricks, KY 



NOEL COOPER Richmond, KY 

COHEN COPLEY Forest Hills, KY 

DEBRA KAY CORNETET Cindy, OH 

JOHN W. COSTANZO West Des Moines, IA 

JOHN COUCHOT Ashland, KY 

CAROLE COURTWRIGHT Liberty, KY 

London, KY 



CLARISSA COWAN 



TIMOTHY R. COWHIG 
ROBIN COX 
SHARON COX 
TERRI COX 
LYNNE COY 
KIM CRABTREE 
LISA CRADLER 



VIVIAN CRAIG 
ALICE CRAWFORD 
TERESA CRAWFORD 
JUNE CRENSHAW 
AMY CRIDER 
BETH L. CRIDER 
EULENE CROSS 



TOM CRUMBIE 
DAVID CRUMP 
KIM CRUMP 
DAMON CRUTCHER 
LISA CUBBAGE 
LAURA CULLEN 
ELIZABETH CUMMINS 



LATONYA CURINGTON 
RODNEY CURTIS 
TARA CURTIS 
TRACY DAFFRON 
APRIL DAHL 
JANNITA DALE 
TRACY LANE DALTON 



Richmond, KY 

Corgin, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Coventington, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Aurora, IN 



Sulphur, KY 
Science Hill, KY 
Springfield, KY 
New Castle, KY 
Loyall, KY 
Loyal, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 



Paris, KY 
Winchester, KY 
Winchester, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Gahanna, OH 
LaGrange, KY 
Somerset, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Independence, KY 

Independence, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Bardstown, KY 

Pittsburgh, PA 

Jackson, KY 



Juniors /Cas-Dal 285 



DAVID AUBREY DANIEL 
KATHLEEN M. DARST 
MARLENE DAUGHERTY 
RHONDA DAVENPORT 
NANCY DAVIDSON 
TRACY DAVIDSON 
DELPHIA DAVIS 



KERRY S- DAVIS 
TERESA R. DAVIS 
PENNEY DAWSON 
JOAN DA 1 ! 
JEFFREV L DEAN 
ANDREA DECKER 
DENNIS DEITZ 



Cerulean, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Steams, KY 
Richmond. KY' 
Corbin. KY 
Pendelton, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Monticello, KY 

Harrodsburg. KY' 

Greenville, OH 

East Burnstadt, KY 

Bellefontaine, OH 

Somerset. KY 

Findlav, OH 



GUY DELIUS Low, KY 

JEFFREY DENIELS Elkins, WV 

JOYCE DERNOVSHEK Bereo, KY 
CHARLOTTE DEVROOMEN Williamstown, KY 

BENNY DEWEESE Dotson, KY 

MELVIN DEWEESE Dotson, KY 

ABRAHAM DEWEY Dotson, KY 



ANNETTE DICK 
BECKY DICK 
JOHN DICKERSON 
CLAIRE L. DIXON 
DIANE DOAN 
BECKY DOLACK 
MARY R DOOLEY 



DEBBIE DORAN 

TAMERA DOTSON W 

JUDY DOUGLAS 

CLAUDE JEFFREY DOWNEY 

PATRICIA J. DOWNING 

NANCY LEE DREIER 

MONICA D. DRESSMAN 



ANGELA DUFF 
DEBRA DUGGAN 
ALICIA DUNCAN 
ANN DUNCAN 
BOB DUNCAN 
FRAZANN DUNCAN 
M. KRISTIN DUNCAN 



CALVIN DUNCIL 
CURTIS DUNN 
LINDA LOU DUNN 
VICKI DYE 
CARA DYER 
JACKIE H EDW'ARDS 
DAN EGBERS 



CHARLES EGERTON 
CYNTHIA L. EGLIAN 
IBRAHIM ELBAKHOUSH 
DEANNA ELDER 
GINA ELLIOTT 
BILL ELLIS 
DOUG ELWSICK 



KIM ERSCHELL 

ROBIN FARLER 

PAM FARMER 

GREG FARRIS 

DIANE JEAN FAULKNER 

ROBERT D FAULKNER 

SCOTT FAWBUSH 



Science Hill, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Paris, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Jackson, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Villa Hills, KY 

Prestonsburg, KY 

Danville. KY 

Richmond, KY' 

Middletown, OH 

Villa Hills, KY 

Erlanger. KY 



Booneville. KY 

Ravena, KY 

Sturgis, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Lancaster. KY 

Milford, OH 



Hamilton. OH 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Burgin, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Boston, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Fort Wright, KY 



Bedford. KY 

Fort Thomas, KY 

Bengheouzi, Libya 

Lexington, KY' 

Stanford, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Elkhorn, KY 



Fort Thomas, KY 

Window, KY 

Barbourville, KY 

Pineville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Union, KY 

Orlando, FL 



CATHLEEN FEAGAN Demosseille, KY 

DIANE FEGER Louisville, KY 

ALLEN FELDHAUS JR. Maysville, KY 

MARTY FELTNER Lottscreek, KY 
GREGORY KENNETH FIELDER Monroe, OH 

ELLEN FIGLESTAHLER Scoitoville, OH 

ROBIN L. FISHER Louisville, KY 




286 Juniors/Dan-Fi' 




K1MBERLY F1STER 
CANDICE FITCH 
SHERRY A. FLANERY 
RON FLANNEY 
AMY FLORENCE 
AUSA FLOYD 
MICHAEL FOLEY 



SCOTT FORD 
TREV FORD 
MELODE FORMAN 
PHIL FOX 
BRAD FRAZIER 
JENNIFER FREDERICK 
DALE FREEMAN 



RON FRENCH 
LISA FROST 
JAMIE FRYBERGER 
CINDY FRYMAN 
COLLEEN FULTZ 
MARIJILL G. GABBARD 
SHERYLLYN GADD 



Lexington. KY 

Richmond, KY 

Martin, KY 

Booneville, KY 

Falmouth, KY 

Leeds, AL 

E. Bernstadt, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Barberville, KY 
Eminence, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Lawrenceburg, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Bellbrook. OH 
Louisville, KY 
Jackson, KY 
Orange Park, FL 



SCOTT THOMAS GALLOWAY Cincinnati, OH 



JAMES GAMBREL 
PATTI GANIM 
JERRY GIBSON 
CHERYL GILBERT 
MELISSA GILBERT 
T. GILBERT 



AMY GILEATH 
KATHRYN GILES 
CHARLOTTE GILLESPIE 
PAMELA GILLILAND 
LESLIE G. GILLIS 
KAREN GLASS 
KATHRYN GLASS 



DAWN GLENKLER 
NANCY GOCKEL 
JIMMY GODFREY 
JEANINE GOLDEY 
DORSEY H. GOOD JR. 
JOAN RAE GOODE 
MARY SUE GOODIN 



RHONDA GOODMAN 
TAMMY GOODWIN 
SUSAN RENE GORRELL 
CINDY GOSSER 
MARK GRABER 
KAREN B. GRAESE 
KATHY GRAHAM 



MARY BETH GRAHAM 
YVONNE GRAIG 
TERENCE GRAVES 
ABBI GRAY 
MELINDA GRAY 
WILLIAM GRAY 
GWENDOLYN GREEN 



RICH GREENFIELD 
DIANNE GREENWELL 
LINDA GREENWELL 
MARLENE GREER 
JOHNNY GRIFFITH 
JOHN GROSS 
LUCRETIA S. GUE 



CHERYL GUEST 
SANDRA GUFFEY 
MARY GUINN 
MICHELLE GUSTIN 
LORI HAAKE 
MARY ANN HACK 
MARY KAY HACK 



Pineville, KY 

Charleston, WV 

Louisville, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Lebanon, OH 

Harlan. KY 



Church Hill, TN 

Lou, KY 

Irwin, PA 

Somerset, KY 

Bloomfield, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Owensboro, KY 



Hebron, KY 

Beavercreek, OH 

Irvine. KY 

Lexington, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Somerset, KY 



Ft. Wright, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Prestonburg, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Saybrook, CT 

Radcliff, KY 

Albany, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Danville, KY 
Covington, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Paintsville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Hopkinsville, KY 



Morehead, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Shelbyville. KY 

Corbin, KY 

Wooton, KY 

Fort Wright, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Kettering, OH 
Albany, KY 
Monticello. KY 
Mount Clemens, MI 
Taylor Mill, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Juniors /Fis-Hac 287 



JOHN G. HACKER 


Stinnett 


KY 


SHERRY HACKER 


Lexington 


KY 


JENNIFER HADDIX 


Mt. Sterling 


K\ 


KAY HALE 


Prestonsburg 


KY 


ROBERT HALEY 


Middlesboro 


KY 


CLAUDIA HALL 


Hazel Green 


KY 


MICHAEL HALL 


Slemp 


KY 


SCOTT R. HALL 


Louisville 


KY 


DENNIS W. HAMILTON 


Louisville 


kl 


JANE E. HAMILTON 


Hamilton, 


OH 


JEFF HAMMETT 


Lucas. 


OH 


ROBERT S. HAMPTON 


Louisville 


KY 


SUSIE HAMPTON 


Barbourville 


KY 


SHAYNE HANDY 


Louisville 


K-i 


MARCIA HANEY 


Bedford 


KY 


DAWN HANKS 


Covington 


KY 


JENNIFER HARD1MAN 


Winchester 


KY 


SHARON HARDY 


Irvine 


KY 


BRAD HARLOW 


Louisville 


KY 


PAULA HARLOW 


Ekron 


KY 


KIMBERLY A. HARMON 


Fairfax 


VA 


PHILLIP HARMON 


Bedford. 


KY 


TERRI HARMON 


Nicholasville 


1- > 


KELLY M. HARPER 


Danvers. 


MA 


SANDY HARRIS 


Pans 


KY 


LISA HARRISON 


Irvine, 


KY 


DEBORAH HART 


Richmond 


KY 


THOMAS E. HARTLAGE 


Richmond 


KY 


KIRSTEN HASBROUCK 


Lexington 


KY 


CAROL HASH 


Louisville, 


KY 


CHRIS HATFIELD 


Kenvin, 


KY 


HOLLY HATFIELD 


Kenvir 


KY 


MIKE HATFIELD 


Danville 


KY 


TANJA HAUGHABOO 


Maysville 


KY 


JACQUELINE BROOKE HAY 


Monticello 


KY 


WILLIAM HAY 


Monticello 


KY 


CLAUDIA HAZLETT 


Louisville 


KY 


TERRI J HEAD 


Bardstown, 


KY 


LARRY HEAPHY 


Louisville, 


KY 


KIRSTEN J. HEATH 


Northville 


Ml 


SUSAN HEDGES 


Shelbyville, 


KY 


JULIE HEIN 


Centerville, 


OH 


KELLY HENSLEY 


Loyal 1 


KY 


E. WAYNE HERALD 


Jackson, 


KY 


DAVID HERKAMP 


Louisville, 


KY 


DEBBIE HESS 


Lexington, 


KY 


DIANNE E HICKMAN 


Lebanon Jet . 


KY 


MELISSA HICKS 


Augusta, 


KY 


SHEILA HICKS 


Richmond 


KY 


CINDY HILL 


Bedford, 


k> 


DANNY HILL 


Mt Sterling, 


KY 


PHILLIP HILL 


Snow Hill, 


NC 


LUANN H1NTON 


Louisville, 


KY 


HOWARD HINZE 


Bellbrook. 


OH 


BECKY H1SLE 


Winchester, 


KY 



KATHLEEN ANN HOAGLAND Richmond, KY 



MARILYN HOFFMAN Louisville, OH 

ANA HOCREFE Sandusky, OH 

DAVID HOLCOMB South Portsmouth, KY 
REBECCA MIKEL HOLLARS Monticello, KY 

1AMHS E HOLL1DAY Moores Hill, IN 

MARK HOLMES Louisville, KY 

LAURA HOLT Columbia. KY 



SHI Rl I MAUREEN HONCHELL London, KY 



JAMES HORN 


Inez, 


KY 


SHARON HORN 


Richmond, 


KY 


NADINE HORNACK 


Fort Mven» Beach 


FL 


ESTILL HORT1N 


Hvden, 


KY 


TIM HOSK1NS 


Bulan, 


KY 


PEGGY HOUSTON 


Covington, 


KY 




288 Juniors/ H,ic-Hou 




ATHY HRANICKY 
RONALD HUBBARD 
ANN HUCKEMOLLER 
WES HUDDLESTON 
STEVE HUESING 
MELANIE HUGHES 
TERESA A. HULETT 



TERESA HULSEY 
SCOTT HURLEY 
AGNES HUTSON 
CATHERN HUTTON 
JACKIE IMRIE 
J.T. INGLE 
DIANNE INGRAM 



SANDY INGRAM 
(AMES INMAN 
KELLY IRWIN 
BELINDA ISAAC 
DEBBIE ISAAC 
ROBIN ISAACS 
REGINA ISOM 



SHARON ISREAL 
DIANA IVERS 
DAVID JACKSON 
ELISA M. JACKSON 
KARLA JEFFERSON 
LORI JENKINS 
BARBARA JOHNSON 



DAVID H. JOHNSON 
JANET JOHNSON 
JOE JOHNSON 
LAURA JOHNSON 
LINDA JOHNSON 
SHARON JOHNSTON 
EDDIE JOHSTON 



Somerset, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Fulton, KY 

Burlington, KY 

Pleasureville, KY 

Lancaster, KY 



Beaver Dam, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Cvnthiana, KY 

Fleming, KY 

Richmond Hts., OH 

Springfield, OH 

Frankfort, KY 



Ravenna, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Indianapolis, IN 

Middletown, OH 

South Charleston, WV 

Richmond, KY 

Manchester, KY 



Tipp City, OH 

Fairfield, OH 

Corbin, KY 

Milford, OH 

Germantown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

McKee, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Harlan, KY 
Vienna, VA 
Miami, FL 
Alexandria, KY 
Russell, KY 




Left: Christmas time is a time for shar- 
ing. These Greeks share their time and 
spread joy through the community with 
their caroling. 



Juniors/Hra-Joh 289 



BOBBIE KAYE JONES 
CYNDI (ONES 
CYNTHIA K. JONES 
BECKY JUDGE 
NOELLA MAE JUSTICE 
TERRI KARTSHER 
JENNIFER KAUP 



ALEX KAWA 
LINDA KEHL 
CINDY LEAH KELSEY 
RICHARD KERBAUGH 
MELISSA KIDD 
ANGIE KILGALLIN 
STEPHEN C KINCER 



LYNN M KING 
MELANIE A. KING 
TERRI KING 
CHRIS KINMAN 
HOPE KINNEY 
MARGO KINZER 
TAMMY KISTNER 



TOM KITCHEN 
MARY GENE KLEIN 
ANGLA KLOEKER 
WILMA JO KNOX 
BRIAN KOEHLER 
ROBERT E- KRAMP 
EDDIE KUHN 



Paintsville, KY 

Whatley Citv. KY 

Gray, KY 

Burlington, KY 

Mount Vernon, KY 

South Charleston, OH 

Tippcity, OH 



Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Russell Springs, KY 

Danville, KY 

Milford, OH 

Cattlettshurg, KY 

Thronton, KY 



Lou., KY 

Paris, KY 

Horrodsburg, KY 

Highland Hghts., KY 

Dover, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Williamsburg, KY 



S. Williamsport, PA 

Louisville, KY 

Independence, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Gray, KY 

Danville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



DEBBIE KURACKA Laura, OH 

HEIDI LADENBURGER Louisville, KY 

SHARLENE W LaFOLLETTE Hodgenville, KY 

BEVERLY LAKES Richmond, KY 

DONNA LANCASTER Vine Grove, KY 

LINDA LANDRUM Cvnthiana, KY 

NANCY JANELLE LANE Nancy, KY 



PAM LATHREM 


Versailles, 


KY 


RENEE LEAGUE 


Frankfort, 


KY 


CHRISTY LEE 


Louisville, 


KY 


CRYSTAL LEE 


Loyall, 


KY 


DIANA LEE 


Louisville, 


KY 


JENNIFER LEE 


Albany, 


KY 


MELODY LEE 


Loyall, 


KY 


KIRSTEN LEEVERTS 


Louisville, 


KY 


MELANIE LEHMEN 


Fort Mitchell, 


KY 


TIGER LEMSTER 


Lexington, 


KY 


GINA LENTINI 


Shelbyville 


KY 


MARK LESLIE 


Oil Springs, 


KY 


DEBORAH L. LEWIS 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


DONNA LEWIS 


Conflunce 


KY 


RHONDA LEWIS 


Richmond 


KY 


MARK LIFE 


Beverly 


KY 


ANN LINDERMAN 


Louisville 


KY 


DONNA LITTLEFIELD 


Louisville 


KY 


MARILYN J LONDEREE 


Chesapeake, 


WV 


G. TIMOTHY LONG 


Louisville 


KY 


JANET LONG 


Richmond 


KY 



REGINA LONG Lou., KY 

SHERRI L. LONG Lancaster, KY 
BONNIE JOSEPHINE LOUTHAN London, KY 

SHARON LOVELACE Somerset, KY 

DONALD LOWE Pikeville, KY 

BECKY LUCAS Eminence, KY 

TIMOTHY LUCAS Pikeville, KY 



IOSEPH R. LUTTRELL Mt. Washington, KY 



STEVEN C. LUTTRELL 
AMY LYNCH 
CINDY LYONS 
JULIA MAEDER 
SCOTT MANDL 
BRENDA MANNING 



Berea, KY 

Charleston, WV 

Ashland, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Bellevue, KY 




290 Jumors/Jon-Man 




ALLEN MARCUM 
ANITA MARCUM 
TIM MARLOWE 
EDWARD MARTIN 
JANA MARTIN 
JENNY MARTIN 
JOHN M. MARTIN 



LARRY MASCHINO 
KIM MATHERLY 
CARRIE MAY 
CARRIE ANN MAY 
LORA MAY 

dorothy Mccarty 

ROBERT McCORMACK 



TRIP McCRACKEN 

teresa Mcdonald 
tracey Mcdonald 

VIRA McGEORGE 
DALE McGONIGLE 
COLLEEN McGRADY 
NANCY McGRATH 



HENLEY MclNTOSH 
SHERRI McKANNA 
ANGELA McKEE 
MICHELE McKENZIE 
MARTY McKINNEY 

kelly j. Mcknight 
matt Mcknight 



Corbin, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Hunter, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Oakridge, TN 



New Castle. KY 

Springfield, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Danville, KY 

Salyersville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Danville, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Ov/ensboro, KY 

Pinev.lle, KY 

Clay City, KY 

Tipp City, OH 

Springfield, OH 



Booneville, KY 
Lima, OH 
Ashland, KY 
Ashland, KY 
Falmouth, KY 
Fairdale, KY 
Erlanger, KY 



LISA SUSAN McMANUS Kendall Park B.A., NJ 



JENNIFER MEADE 
RON MEECE 
BEN MEISENHEIMER 
STEPHANIE MEREDITH 
MARGARET METZGER 
TIM MEYER 



KELLI MIEURE 
BEVERLY MIKEL 
SHERRY LYNN MIKLES 
JOANIE C. MILES 
JOHN PAUL MILES 
ANGELA MILLER 
JEFF MILLER 



Richmond, KY 
Dunnville, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Florence, KY 
Fort Mitchell, KY 



Findlay, OH 

Monticello, KY 

McCarr, KY 

Erlanger, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Finchville, KY 



KAREN MILLER 
KEVIN J. MILLER 
MARK MILLER 
MICHAEL MILLER 
DIANA MILLS 
MICHELE MINOGUE 
SUSAN MIRACLE 



Louisville, KY 

Dayton, KY 

Mt. Olivet, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 

New Smyrne Beach, FL 

Richmond, KY 

Pineville, KY 



EVELYN MITCHELL 
JAMES E. MITCHELL 
MARSHA MITCHELL 
MARY JANE MITCHELL 
JOAN MOBLEY 
BOBBY D. MOLES II 
BARRY MONROE 



MELVA MOORE 
LISA MORELAND 
KEITH MORGAN 
MITZI MORGAN 
DANITA MORRIS 
LORI MOSELY 
TAMPTHIA MOSES 



AMY L. MOSLEY 
ELIZABETH MOSLEY 
VELINA JOYCE MURPHY 
LISAV MURRAY 
SHERRI MURRAY 
TROY MYERS 
PAM NEAL 



Paintsville, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Flemingsburg, KY 
Shelbyville, KY 
Manchester, KY 
Xenia, OH 
Lexington, KY 



Frankfort, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Versailles, KY 

London, KY 

Cecilia, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Williamsburg, KY 



Hyden, KY 

Asher, KY 

Liberty, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Dayton, OH 

Mt. Olivet, KY 

Stanton, KY 



Juniors/Mar-Nea 291 



SANDY RECHEL NEEF 
CARLA NEELEY 
MARSHA NEGLEY 
LYNN NOREEN NELEIGH 
KURT \ETHERTON 
ANTHONY NEWMAN 
KIM NEWPORT 



MIKE NICHOLSON 
DEBRA I \TCKELL 
TYE NOE 
DEBBIE NOLAND 
DAN NOXSEL 
HYMAN OAKS 
ARTHUR O'BANNON JR. 



MICHELLE O'BRYAN 
LORI OSBOURN 
DAWN L OSCHWALD 
KARLA DEANNE OSVATH 
MIKE OL'SLEV 
JAMES W. OWENS 
LESLIE D PACK 



Louisville. KV 

London, KY 

Lacenter. KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Pineville, KY 



London, KY 
Maineville, OH 
Lebanon, OH 
Richmond, KY' 
Wheelersburg, OH 
Lexington, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Versailles. KY 

Xenia. OH 

Glasgow, KY 

Junction Citv. KY 

Russell, KY 



DONNA PALMER 
DOUG PARIS 
JURAN D. PARKS 
LYNN G PARMAN 
SHEILA PATRICK 
SUZANN PATTERSON 
JAMES W. PATTON 



Cvnthiana, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Lilv, KY 

Hazard, KY 

Flatlick, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 



DAVID O'NEIL PAULEY 
GLENN PAYTON 
STEVE PEEGE 
CHARLES R. PENDLETON 
REGINA PENDLETON 
ANETTE PEQUIGNOT 
LAURA PERRERO 



LORI PETERS 
AMY' PETERSON 
GINA PETTIT 
MICHAEL PETTIT 
PEGGY PFEIFER 
BILLYE JUNE PHELPS 
J WILLIAM PHELPS JR. 



BARBARA KAY PHILLIPS 
DAVID PICKARD 
THERESA A. PIKE 
JON E POSSON 
JOSEPH POWELL 
TERESA POWELL 
GREGORY PRESTON 



Laura, KY 
Shelbyville, KY 
Louisville, KY' 
Mt. Sterling, KY 
Louisville. KY 
Springfield. OH 
Cincinnati, OH 



West Chester, OH 

Charleston, VVV 

Falmouth. KY 

Prospect. KY 

Chew Chase, MD 

Somerset, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Pine Knot. KY 

Barbourville, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Rochester, NY' 

Louisville. KY 

Princess Anne. MD 

Thelma, KY 



MAGGIE PRICE 

WILLIAM TIMOTHY PRICE 

CYNTHIA PROCTOR 

ROB PROCTOR 

LISA F PROP 

PAMELA PULLUM 

KAVEN RADSPINNER 



APRIL RAFFIGNONE 
NATHANIEL L. RAGLAND 
TERRI RAMSEY 
LYNDA RANSDELL 
ALTON RATCLIFFE 
JANET RATLIFF 
TOM RATLIFF 



KIM REASON 
DANA M. REED 
JANE REES 
JULIE GAIL REES 
PATRICIA REESE 
BETH REYNOLDS 
SHERRI REYNOLDS 



Louisville. KY 
Jeremiah, KY 
Shelbyville. KY 
Lima. OH 
Cincinnati, OH 
Cloverport, KY 
Jacksonville, FL 



Dillsboro, IN 
Winchester. KY 
Falmouth. KY 
Louisville, KY 
Nashville. TN 
Rineyville, KY 
Ashland. KY 



Louisville, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Prospect. KY 
Louisville, KY 




292 Juniors/ Nee-Rev 




KAREN RHODES 


Louisville 


K1 


PAMELA C. RHODES 


Sarasota 


FL 


VIRGINIA RHODES 


Louisville 


KY 


IVAN RICE 


Paris 


KY 


DAVE RICH 


Covington 


KY 


JEFFREY RICHARDSON 


Shelbvville 


KY 


BRENT RICHERT 


Mt Vernon, 


OH 


TERESA RIDDLE 


Albany 


KY 


CAROLE RIDGLEY 


Richmond 


KY 


CINDRA RIDGLEY 


Richmond 


KY 


STEPHANIE RISNER 


Centerville, 


OH 


WILLIAM RISON 


Ravenna 


KY 


MARC ROBB1NS 


Richmond 


KY 


CHRISTINE L ROBERTS 


Kings Park 


NY 


DOROTHY S. ROBERTS 


Eminence 


KY 


GEORGE ROBERTS 


Forest Hills 


KY 


MAIGO MARIE ROBERTS 


Kings Park, 


NY 


REGINALD C ROBERTS 


Lawrenceburg 


KY 


SUSAN ROBERTS 


London 


KY 


CHRIS ROBERTSON 


Louisville 


KY 


CARLEN ROBINSON 


Webster 


KY 


ELIZABETH ROGERS 


LaGrange 


KY 


FRANK ROGLAND 


Hodgenville 


KY 


MELISSA K. ROLLINS 


Corbin 


KY 


STARLA ROSE 


Waco 


KY 


SUSAN CLARK ROSE 


Pans 


KY 


DANA ROTHACKER 


Louisville 


KY 


NANCI ROTHACKER 


Louisville 


KY 


MICHELLE R. ROTUNNO 


Saline 


MI 


ED RUCKREIGEL 


Louisville 


KY 


SUZIE RUSHFORD 


Mount Sterling 


KY 


REGINA SALISBURY 


South Shore 


KY 


TERESA M SAMMONS 


Lexington 


KY 


MARSHA J SANDUSKY 


Libertv 


KY 


RICK SCHAEEMAN 


Emanger 


KY 


LAURA D. SCHARDEIN 


LaGrange 


KY 


FRED SCHEERSCHMIDT 


Xenia. 


OH 


IILL SCHELLING 


Hillsborao, 


OH 


MICHAEL SCHLANSER 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


PATSY SCHNITZLER 


Wavnesburg 


KY 


ANNE SCHREINER 


Nicholasville 


KY 


DONNA SCHUERMAN 


Fort Thomas 


KY 


KATHLEEN SCHULZE 


West Chester. 


OH 


ROBIN SCHWE1NHART 


Louisville 


KY 


GREGORY SCOTT 


Bardstown 


KY 


LEANNE SCOTT 


Ashland 


KY 


SHARI SCOTT 


Catlettsburg 


KY 


HOPE E SEBASTIAN 


Lexington 


KY 


WILLIAM P. SEBASTIAN 


Irvine 


KY 


DANIEL SEEWER 


Louisville 


KY 


JENNIFER SENDELBACH 


Dayton, 


OH 


SANDY SHACKELFORD 


Corbin 


KY 


MARY JO SHAW 


Campbellsville 


KY 


PATTY SHELLED 


Albany 


KY 


EDIE SHEPHERD 


Beckley. 


WV 


PAUL SHEPHERD JR 


Slemp. 


KY 


WILLIAM M. SHERRARD 


Coventington, 


KY 


DONNA SHIRLE1 


Columbia, 


KY 


MIKE SHOVER 


South Shore. 


KY 


RAUL SIERRA 


El Dorado. Panama 


ONTHIA SIMMONS 


Lexington. 


KY 


BRENDA SIMON 


Springfield. 


OH 


KEVIN SIZEMORE 


Richmond. 


KY 


MONA SIZEMORE 


Paint Lick. 


KY 


DOUG SKINNER 


Florence, 


KY 


LISA SKUNDR1CH 


Wood River. 1L 


RITA SLAGLE 


Monticello, 


KY 


KIRK SLATE 


Mt Carmel. 


OH 


ANNETTE SLATER South Williamson. 


KY 


DAVID SLONE 


Fishtrap. 


KY 



Juniors/Rho-Slo 293 



ROSS SMALLWOOD 


Louisville. KY 


ANDREA SMITH 


Winchester, KY 


CONSTANCE SMITH 


Hamilton, OH 


FRANCES SMITH 


Ransom. KY 


FREDERICA SMITH 


Lexington. KY 


IUDY SMITH 


Portsmouth. OH 


LORRAINE SMITH 


Kettering, OH 


MEL SMITH 


Russell. KY 


MICHAEL H SMITH 


Gray. KY 


MICHELLE L. SMITH 


Somerset. KY 


MONICA SMITH 


Clearwater, FL 


NORMAN SMITH 


Stanford. KY 


ROBIN ANN SMITH 


Williamsburg, KY 


SHARON SMITH 


Lebanon. KY 


SHERRI SMITH 


Barberville, KY 


TOMMY SMYTH 


Clay City, KY 


IOANNA SONMOR 


Richmond, KY 


LISA SPARROW 


Lawrenceburg, KY 


PAMELA SPARROW 


Williamstown, KY 


SHERRI SPEARS 


Winchester. KY 


TERRV SPEARS 


Winchester, KY 



DONNA SPENCE Virgie, KY 

ANGELA SPENCER Frankfort. KY 

DEBBIE SPILLANE Shepherdsville. KY 
BARBARA DARLENE SPURLOCK Busv. KY 

SUSAN SPURR Carrollton, KY 

DEBORAH SXJiMBAL'GH McRoberts, KY 

IONATHAN STAMPER Columbus, IN 



MELANTE A STAMPER 


Irvine 


KY 


PAUL STAMPS 


Richmond 


KY 


lAMES BRADLEY STAUFFER 


Lima, 


OH 


DAN STEELY 


Corbin 


KY 


MARK STEIN 


Somerset 


KY 


KENTON STEINKE 


Spring Valley, 


OH 


CYNTHIA STEWART 


Terre Haute 


, IN 


DAVID STEWART 


Cambellburg 


KY 


NATHAN STEWART 


Worthville 


KY 


JENNIFER STILWELL 


Elizabethtown 


KY 


DEBBIE STIRNEMANN 


Clees. 


OH 


CYNTHIA K, STOCKER 


Frankfort 


KY 


SHANNON STODGHILL 


Shelbvville 


KY 


JOHN D. STONE 


Fort Thomas 


KY 


ROBIN A STOTTS 


Louisville 


m 


PATRICIA STOVER 


Albanv 


KY 


DENTSE M STRATMAN 


Erlanger 


KY 


ANN STROSNIDER 


Ashland 


KY 


ELSIE FAYE STRUNK 


Richmond 


KY 


MICHAEL SULFRIDGE 


Fairfield 


KY 


COLLEEN SULLIVAN 


Louisville 


KY 


CHARLIE SUTKAMP 


Bellevue, 


KY 


DWIGHT SUTTON 


Frankfort, 


KY 


MARK T SUTTON 


Frankfort, 


KY 


TONJIA SUTTON 


Richmond, 


KY 


CHERYL SWANSON 


Lexington, 


KY 


ANNETTE TACKETT 


Harrodsburg, 


KY 


SUZANNE TAGGART 


Richmond, 


KY 


JEFF TALBOT 


Tavlorville, 


KY 


VICKIE TALBOTT 


Albany, 


KY 


MICHELE TANAMACHI 


Somerset, 


KY 


TONYA TATE 


Louisville. 


KY 


MARGARET A, TAYLOR 


Richmond, 


KY 


PAULA TAYLOR 


Richmond. 


KY 


TAMARA D, TAYLOR 


Woodbine. 


KY 


DENISE TEATER 


Nich. 


KY 


SHARI TEBAULT 


Louisville. 


KY 


RICK LEE TEEPLE 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


MOLLY JANE THARP 


Sonora, 


KY 


JANET THOMAS 


Louisville, 


KY 


JANET LYNN THOMAS 


Middlesboro, 


KY 


PAMELA LYNNE THOMAS 


Beattyville. 


KY 










294 Juniors ,'Sma-Tho 




RANDALL THOMAS 
TAMMY L THOMASON 
BONNIE THOMPSON 
JAY THOMPSON 
NEIL THOMPSON 
JON THORNSBURY 
TAMARA TILLEY 



SHIRLEY A. TOBE 
TRACEY TONGATE 
ANN TRAUTHWEIN 
LEE TRIBBLE 
JAMES TROUSDALE 
CHARLES KEVIN TURNER 
K. LESLIE TURNER 



KIM TURNER 
MARK TUSSEY 
THOMAS T. TYE 
DIANE UNATIN 
LEESA UNGER 
PAUL UPCHURCH 
JAY VALERIO 



PATRICIA M. VANCE 
LESLIE VANOVER 
WILLENE VANOVER 
GEORGETTE VARBLE 
TROY VARNER 
BRIAN VARNEY 
CHARIS VARNUM 



MELBA VAUGHN 
TERESA VAUGHT 
L. SCOTT VENNEFRON 
CHRISTOPHER VERDOW 
KENNETH VERON 
DEBORAH VILLADSEN 
RENEE WADDLES 



TAMARA WADE 
VALERIE WADE 
KAREN WALKER 
KATHY WALKER 
SARA H. WALKER 
TIMOTHY WALKER 
NANCY WALKUP 



KIM WALL 
KELLYE P. WALLER 
DARRIN WALL1NGFORD 
MARY BETH WALTERS 
BILL WATKINS 
SHERRI WATKOWSKI 
MARVIN D. WATSON 



KIMBERELYA. WEBB 
SUSAN M. WEBB 
GENA WEBSTER 
KAREN WEBSTER 
MADONNA J. WEDDLE 
JEFFREY WELLS 
KEVIN WELLS 



ROBYN WESTPHAL 
STEPHANIE WETZEL 
BEVERLY WHEELER 
LISA WHITAKER 
JANELLE WHITE 
JILL WHITTAKER 
SUSAN WHITTAKER 



VICKIE WILEY 
LISA WILHAM 
LINDA WILKE 
NIGEL WILKINSON 
AMY JO WILLIAMS 
CHRISTINE WILLIAMS 



Liberty, KY 
Dayton, OH 
Bronsten, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Valley Station, KY 
Augusta, KY 
Ferguson, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Hardin, KY 
Fairfield, OH 
Richmond, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Louisville, KY 



London, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Naples, FL 

Tampa, FL 

Akron, OH 

Hardinsburg, KY 

Cincnnati, OH 



Louisville. KY 

Closplint, KY 

Williamsburg, KY 

Vevay, IN 

Winchester, KY 

Forest Hills, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Corbin, KY 

Liberty, KY 

Fort Mitchell, KY 

Lancaster, OH 

New Albanv, IN 

Bradfordsville, KY 

Kite, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Leitchfield, KY 

Danville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

London, KY 

Fairfield. OH 



Winchester, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Mavsville, KY 
Fairfield, OH 
Westerville, OH 
Lexington, KY 
Franklin, TN 



Waco, KY 

Van Lear, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Campbellsville, KY' 

Pineville, KY 

Pleasureville, KY 

Paintsville. KY 



Lexington, KY 

Greenville, OH 

Ashland, KY 

Somerset. KY 

Sandy Hook, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Louisville. KY 



Louisville, KY 
Covington, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Prospect, KY 
Fort Wright, KY 
Edgewood, KY 



CYNTHIA, L. WILLIAMS Mount Sterling, KY 



Juniors/Tho-Wil 295 



RIGHT: The egg throw 
event at the SAE County 
Fair provides a humorous 
moment for these fraterni- 
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DIANA WILLIAMS Russell Springs. KY 

GARY WILLIAMS Columbia, KY 

LINDA WILLIAMS Lawrenceburg, KY 

SHEILA A. WILLIAMS Edgewood, KY 

JEFFREY A. WILLIAMSON Cliffy, KY 

TON1 LYNN WILLOUGHBY Richmond, KY 

KEVIN L. WILSON Lancaster, KY 



KRIS WILSON 
PATRICK WILSON 
RICK ALLEN WILSON 
ROBERT DEE WILSON, JR 
SHIRLEY WILSON 
LESA MAIRE WIMSAH 
PAMELA C. WINKLE 



VICKY WITHERS 
VICKI L. WITT 
LAURA WOLFROM 
DAVID WOLFZORN 
LISA WOLNITZEK 
MELINDA WOOD 
TERESA WOODARD 



PAULA WORDENBERG 
KATHYE WORK 
SHAREE M. WORTMAN 
ALLISON WRIGHT 
MARY WRIGHT 
BELINDA YANCEY 
CHERYL YATES 



TIM YEARY 
BRUCE YOUNG 
KELLY YOUNG 
GREG ZELLNER 



Lexington, KY 
Corbin, KY 
Chenda, KY 
Radcliff, KY 
London, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Ludlow, KY 



Richmond. VA 

McKee, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Fort Thomas, KY 

Park Hills, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Owensbow, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 
Versailles, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Butler, KY 
Mayfield. KY 
Louisville, KY 



Winchester, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Hamilton, OH 





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296 Juniors/Wil-Zel 




T. RENE ABNER 
D. ACKERMAN 
AMYACKERMANN 
LEIGH ADAMS 
RANDY ADAMS 
ROBIN ADAMS 
SANDY ADKINSON 



LYNN ADRIAN 
LARRY AGEE 
CAROL ALLEN 
MELANIE BAYS ALLYSON 
JULIE ANN ALSIP 
MELISSA ALVEY 
JULIE ANDERSON 



MICHAEL A. ANDERSON 
NICIA ANDRUS 
ROD ANGEL 
ANGELA ANTLE 
DONNA ARVIN 
KEVIN ASHLEY 
ALESIA ASUNCION 



JAMES ATVVOOD 
GWENDOLYN AYLOR 
RUTH AYLOR 
JOHN KEVIN BABB 
SARAH E. BABER 
JACKIE BACK 
TERRI BAGBY 



ANGIE BAILEY 
RHONDA BAKER 
JULIE BALDWIN 
JOSEPH BALL 
MARY BARBER 
RUSS BARGER 
LORIE BARKER 



MARK G BARNARD 
JOHN CASEY BARNEY 
LIZ BARTON 
SANDRA BASS 
MARK BAUMANN 
DANA BAXTER 
DONNA BECKER 



EMMA CARROLL BELL 
LISA BELLANCA 
ELAINE BENGE 
JILL BENGE 
LUCY BENNETT 
JULIE BENTLE 
JENNIFER BENTLEY 



MELISSA BENTLEY 
RHONDA BERRY 
LAURA LYNNE BEST 
JANIE BISHOP 
MIA BISIG 
HOLLY BISPING 
KATHY BLACKBURN 



PAULV BLACKGROVE 
JACKIE BLACKMAN 
PATRICK BLEVINS 
WENDY BLEVINS 
DAVID BLOSS 
DENNIS L. BOBBITT 
CAROLYN BOHN 



SCOTT BOLZE 
ELMER BONTRAGE 
PATRICIA BOOTHE 
JOHN STANLEY BORN 
BETH BOSWELL 
LUCILLE BOTTS 
SHANNON BRADSHAW 



Cincinnati. OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Taylor Mill, KY 

Whitesburg, KY 

Reading, OH 

Lexington, KY 

Versailles, KY 



Frankfort, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Carrollton, KY 

Williamsburg, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Walton, KY 



Ft, Thomas, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Covington, KY 

Ft Michell, KY 

Irvine. KY 

Naples, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 



Richmond, KY 
Villa Hills, KY 
Hebron, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Winchester, KY 
Monticello, KY 
Edgewood, KY 



Milford, OH 
LaGrange, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Lancaster, KY 
Lancaster, KY 
Oak Ridge, TN 
Corbin, KY 



Mt Sterling, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Georgetown, KY 
Fort Thomas, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Lexington, KY 
Maysville, KY 
Crab Orchard, KY 
Bellevue, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Falmouth, KY 
Fire Brick, KY 



Neon, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Shelbyville, KY 
Florence, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Richmond. KY 
Southgate, KY 



Warner Robins, GA 
Winchester, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Georgetown, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Somerset, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Somerset, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Brooksville, KY 
Singal Mountain, TN 
Louisville, KY 
Denniston, KY 
Waddy, KY 



Sophomores/Abn-Bra 297 



MELODY BRANDENBURG Beattyville, KY 

SHELLY BRANDENBURG Richmond, KY 
RICKY BRANHAM Robinson Creek, KY 

MERTIE BRANHOM Winchester, KY 

PAM BRASHEARS Whitesburg, KY 

BOBBI BRENNAN Frankfort, KY 

FREIBA RENE BRINEGAR Ikjine, KY 



ROBERTA BRISTOL 


Johnson City, TN 


TRACY BROCK 


London, KY 


PAT BROTZGE 


Louisville, KY 


APRIL BROWN 


Inez, KY 


BETSY BROWN 


London, OH 


COLLEEN M. BROWN 


Springfield, OH 


ERIC BROWN 


Louisville, KY 


LISA BROWN 


Mt. Washington, KY 


MARY BETH BROWN 


Prospect, KY 


ROBERT G. BROWN JR. 


Maysville, KY 


ANN M. BROWNING 


Lancaster, KY 


JEFFREY BROWNING 


Falmouth, KY 


WENDY E. BRYAN 


Toledo, OH 


KATHY BRYANT 


Taylorsville, KY 


ALLISON BUCK 


Cincinnati, OH 


DONNA BUCKMAN 


Louisville, KY 


LARRY BUGG 


Lebanon, KY 


MARCIA BUNCH 


Paducah, KY 


HEATHER BUNTIN 


Whitesburg, KY 


REGINA BURCH 


Booneville, KY 


ANNETTE BURDINE 


Crab Orchard, KY 


SONJA LYNN BURKE 


Monticello, KY 


BRUCE BURNS 


Louisville, KY 


JULIE BURT 


Somerset, KY 


JOAN BURTON 


Broadhead, KY 


LAURA M. BUZZELLI 


Loveland, OH 


LINDA BYBEE 


Fairdale, KY 


TERESA BYRNSIDE 


Shelbyville, KY 


REBECCA CAIN 


Newark, OH 


JENNA CALDER 


Somerset, KY 


DAVID CALDWELL 


Lawrenceburg, KY 


KATHLEEN CANTRELL 


Louisville, KY 


JAY CAREY 


Wilmington, OH 


LORI CARPENTER 


Lawrenceburg, IN 


ALICIA CARRICO 


Worthville, KY 


JOHN CARROLL 


Louisville, KY 


WILLIAM CARROLL 


Crestwood, KY 


SANDRA CARTER 


Morehead, KY 


REGINA CASE 


Ravenna, KY 


CONNIE CASKEY 


Jeffersonville, KY 


JEFFREY A CASTLE 


Shelbiana, KY 


ROGER CHAPMAN 


Stevenage, England 


CARYN CHASTEEN 


Louisville, KY 


STEVE CHOATE 


Alpine, TN 


LAURA CHRISTOPHER 


Winchester, KY 


DANETTE CLARK 


Bardstown, KY 


MARK CLARK 


Maysville, KY 


ONEDA L. CLARK 


South Shore, KY 


REBECCA CLARK 


Bloomfield, KY 


STUART CLARK 


Frankfort, KY 


CHAZ CLAY 


Richmond, KY 


JOE CLIFFORD 


Louisville, KY 


PAM CLIFTON 


Hebron, KY 


ROBIN COBB 


Richmond, KY 


SALLY COBB 


Campbellsville, KY 


MELISSA COCANOUGHER Danville, KY 


DEBRA L. COLE 


Beattyville, KY 


LORI COLEMAN 


Frankfort, KY 


TAMMY COLLIER 


Sidney, KY 


LISA COLLINS 


McKee, KY 


CATHERINE COMBS 


Lakeland, FL 


DAVID COMBS 


London, KY 


DAVID EUGENE COMBS 


Lexington, KY 



298 S9phomores/Bra-Com 





PAUL COMBS 
DEANNA CONDER 
LISA R. CONLEY 
CHUCK CONN 
ROBIN CONNER 
DENEBOLA COOK 
REGINA COOMER 



BARRY COPPOCK 
PATTY COSBY 
LUTICIA COYLE 
JENNIFER F CRABTREE 
DWIGHT CRAFT 
JACQUELINE L. CRAFT 
KIMBERLY CAROL CRAIG 



CHRISTINE CRAVEN 
MARGIE CRAVENS 
LARRY CREAMER 
TERESA CREECH 
ANNA CRISWELL 
JAHNNA CROUCH 
ROSE MARIE CRUM 



BELINDA CULVER 
THOMASINA DABNEY 
DAWN DALEY 
EMMIE DAUGHERTY 
KIMBERLY J. DAUGHERTY 
MARK DAVENPORT 
SUSAN DAVENPORT 



KELLY L. DAVIS 
LINDA L. DAVIS 
KATHY DAVISON 
LUCIAN N. DEATON 
MICHAEL W. DEDMAN 



Carrollton, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Berea, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Blanchester, OH 

Somerset, KY 



Springboro, OH 

Coxs Creek, KY 

Gravel Switch, KY 

Louisa, KY 

Clay City, KY 

South Shore, KY 

Crestwood, KY 



Covington, KY 

Amelia, OH 

Jeffersonville, OH 

Stanton, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Mania, KY 

Irvine, KY 



North Canton, OH 
Lexington, KY 
Hodgenville, KY 
Mt. Vernon, KY 
Winchester, KY 
Bardstown, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Magnolia, KY 

Cols, OH 

South Shore, KY 

Booneville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



DHVINA L. McCLELLAN DEE Fort Worth, TX 
JILL DENHAM Vanceburg, KY 



SAND! DENNY 
DENISE DEREYNIER 
ROBERT ANDRE DEROZIERE 
MELISSA DERR 
JOHN DEYOUNG 
FRANCES DICKSON 
TAMMY DIETSCH 



Richmond, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Kettering, OH 
Louisville, KY 
Bemioji, MN 
Lexington, KY 
Louisville, KY 



DARRELL R. DIVIS 
STEPHANIE DOANICO 
CHYRL DOBSON 
JULIE A. DOERR 
BARB DORGAN 
JEROME DORSEY 
LEIGH ANN DOSCH 



ED DOTSON 

KELLY ANN DOUGHERTY 

WILLIAM DOWNEY 

KELLY DOWNS 

PAUL A. DOWNS 

SANDRA DUNCAN 

BEN DUNN 



LINN DUNN 
TERRY DURSTOCK 
DIANE LYNN DUVALL 
LISA DYEHOUSE 
JODEE DYER 
LAURA EADS 
CHARLES E. EASTIN 



Shelbyville, KY 

Villa Hills, KY 

Irvine, KY 

West Chester, OH 

Independence, KY 

Huntingtown, MD 

Bellevue, KY 



McVeigh, KY 

Independence, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Williamsburg, KY 

Middletown, OH 



Marion, OH 
Villa Hills, KY 
Danville, KY 
Crab Orchard, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Lexington, KY 



STACY EDWARDS 
DONNA EGBERS 
PAM ELAM 
DIANE ELDER 
AMY ELLIOTT 
MITZI K. ELLIOTT 
ANGEE L. ELLIS 



Berea, KY 

Fort Wright, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Gravel Switch, KY 

McMinnville, TN 



Sophomores/Com-Ell 299 



MARY HELEN ELLIS 
FRANK ENLOW 
TIM ERNST 
TRACY ESTEPP 
KERRY EVANS 
SCOTT FARRAR 
CHERYL FARTHING 



DOUG FAUST 
SHERRI FEISTRITZER 
SUSAN FEKETE 
JOY FETTY 
KELLI FIELDS 
ROXANNE FILYAW 
REGINA FITZGERALD 



LORI FLANERY 
DAVID FLETCHER 
TERESA FLETCHER 
PAM FLOER 
ELLA M FLOYD 
RACHEL MAE FLOYD 
MICHAEL FORTENER 



BARRY FRANKE 
MELODEE FRANKLIN 
NANCY FRANKLIN 
PATTI FRAZIER 
LISA FREE 
CHARLES FRITZ 
LISA FRYE 



SONYA H. FULLER 
ALLISON GABBORD 
KENDALL GADD 
BARBARA GADROVV 
MONICA GALLOWAY 
RICHARD GAMBREL 



Shelbvville. KY 
Radcliff. KY 
Louisville. KY 
Paintsville, KY 
Corbin, KY 
Louisville. KY 
Lexington. KY 



Shelbvville, KY 
Danville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Hindman, KY 
Rinevville, KY 
Owenton, KY 



Greenup, KY 

Danville, KY 

Williamson, WV 

Cincinnati, OH 

South Shore, KY 

Prestonsburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Brandenburg, KY 

Erlanger, KY 

Tavlors, KY 

Louisville, KY 

New Holland, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Monticello, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Zoe, KY 

Beren, KY 

Owenton, KY 

Foster, KY 

Pineville, KY 



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KATHLEEN MARIE GAMMON Florence, KY 



KAREN LYNN GARCIA 
ROBIN GARNETT 
TRENT GASH 
LISA GATWOOD 
MELINDA GAW 
JANIECE GIBSON 
TAMMY GILBERT 



IOHN C. GILBREATH 
VICKY GILES 
ROBIN GIRG 
GEORGE PAUL GIVENS 
LAURA GNEPPER 
TERRI GODWIN 
DANA GOFF 



DAVID STERLING GOODE 
HAL B. GOODE 
JONNA GORRELL 
RICK GRAHAM 
SHAWNA GRAHAM 
JENI GRAY 
GLADYS RUTH GREEN 



JIM GREENWELL 
MELANIE GREENWELL 
SUSAN GREER 
KELLY GREGG 
PAULA GREGORY 
SUSAN GRIFFITH 
RICK GRIMES 



SHERRIE GR1TTON 
TONY GUIZIO 
VIRGINIA HACKER 
THOMAS A HAEBERLIN 
LISA HAFENDORFER 
DAVID C. HAHN 
TANA HAIL 



Corhin, KY 

Burlington, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Sanders, KY 

Middletown, OH 

Perrvville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Owensboro. KY 

Cvnthiana, KY 

Fort Knox, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

Fremont, OH 

Winchester, KY 

Frankfort, KY 



Versailles, KY 

Springfield, KY 

Prestonsburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Charleston, IN 

Florence, KY 

Leatherwood, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Manchester, KY 

Berea, KY 

Independence, KY 



Lawrenceburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Bear Branch, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Brandenburg, KY 

Campbellsville, KY 




300 Sophomores/Ell-Hai 




DEIRDRE HALE 


London, 


KY 


STEVE HALL 


Fort Mitchell, 


KY 


VICTORIA HAMBY 


Frankfort, 


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SHELIA HAMILTON 


Vine Grove, 


KY 


JEFF HAMLIN 


Burnside. 


Ki 


TAMMY HAMM 


Mt. Vernon, 


KY 


LISA HAMMEL 


Fairfield, 


OH 


DARLENA HAMMONDS 


Prestonsburg, 


KY 


MICHELLE HAMMONS 


Taylor Mill, 


KY 


ELLEN HANCOCK 


Columbia, 


KY 


GARY E. HANSEN 


Florence, 


KY 


DENISE HANSON 


Andover, 


OH 


EUGENIA HARDY 


Winston, 


KY 


MARY HARDY 


Louisville, 


KY 


KELLY HARGADON 


Waddy. 


KY 


NANETTE HARPRING 


Louisville, 


KY 


GREG HARRIS 


New Castle, 


KY 


GREG L. HARRIS 


Glasgow, 


KY 


LANA HARRIS 


Versailles, 


KY 


DEBORAH HARSIN 


Verona, 


KY 


LISA HART 


Louisville, 


KY 


RAY HARTJEN 


Indianapolis 


IN 


DEBORAH HARTLAGE 


Louisville, 


KY 


RITA HARTLEY 


Versailles, 


KY 


CHARLES D. HARV1LLE 


Hamilton, 


OH 


BARRY HATFIELD 


Louisville 


KY 


SHANNON HATFIELD 


Corbin 


KY 


RENEE J. HATOOR 


Tiffan, 


OH 


JANE HAWTHORN 


Richmond 


KY 


CARLA HAY 


Danville 


KY 


MARVIN HAYDEN 


Owensboro 


KY 


MARY HAYES 


Shelleyville 


KY 


JOE HAYSLETT JR. 


Burgin 


KY 


CATHY HEAD 


Louisville 


KY 


CATHY HEAD 


Bardstown 


KY 


PAM HEADY 


Shelbyville 


KY 


JACQUIE HELLMANN 


Park Hills 


KY 


STEWART D. HENDRIX 


Harrodsburg 


KY 


BECKY HENRY 


Centerville, 


OH 


DEAN HENSON 


Stanton 


KY 


KIM HERBIG 


Englewood, 


OH 


STEVE HESSON 


Monroe, 


OH 


DARRELL HIBBS 


Radclif 


KY 


JANE HIGGINS 


Berea 


KY 


LISA HIGGINS 


Louisville 


KY 


MARK T. HILL 


Forest Hills 


KY 


BETTY HINES 


Jonesville 


VA 


WILLIAM RAMSEY HODAPP Louisville 


KY 


SANDRA HOLBROOK 


Elsie 


KY 


LISA HOLCOMB 


Boston 


KY 


RHONDA HOLLINGER 


McGaheysville 


VA 


LISA HOOD 


Chaplin 


KY 


DUANE HORN 


Lexington 


KY 


TAMMY K. HORN 


Paintsville 


KY 


JOAN HORNBACK 


Hodgenville 


KY 


ALLAN WESLEY HORNER Hendersonville, 


TN 


JOLENE HORNEY 


New Holland, 


OH 


GAYLE HOUZE 


Louisville 


KY 


JOY HOWARD 


Lancaster 


KY 


SHERRI LYNN HOWE 


Harrodsburg 


KY 


ALLISON HOWELL 


Lexington 


KY 


GLEN HUDSON 


Milter, KY 


TERESA HUEBER 


Winchester 


KY 


MICHELE HUFF 


Louisville, 


KY 


TAMARA LEE HUMBLE 


Monticello, 


KY 


JAMES L. HUNTER 


Beatryville, 


KY 


LORI HYDE 


Louisville, 


KY 


MISCHELL IGLEHART 


Louisville, 


KY 


VALERIE A. ISON 


Whitesburg, 


KY 


ANDY IVERS 


New Castle, 


KY 



Sophomores/Hal-Ive 301 



IL'AN RICO JACKSON 
SALLY JACKSON 
CLAIR E. JACOBS 
MARCY JAMES 
NANCY JARRETT 
JOHN JENNINGS 
LENISE D. JENNINGS 



DEBORAH JETT 
CHEET JOHNSON 
EDWARD JOHNSON 
JAMES J JOHNSON 
JIMMY IOH.MSON 
JODI IOHNSON 
TERRY J JOHNSON 



VIRGINIA JOHNSON 
JENNIFER JONES 
KEVIN D. JONES 
POLA JONES 
THOMAS JONES 
JOAN JOOS 
JUDY KAELIN 



Paris, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Benton, KY 

Charleston, WV 

Shelbyville, KY 

Jeffersontown, KY 



Mount Olivet, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

London, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Paris, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Shelbyville, KY 



Beattyville, KY 
Newark, OH 
Richmond, KY 
Carlisle, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Lancaster, OH 
Park Hills. KY 



SHERRY KAFFENBARGER New Carlisle, OH 

KARA ANN KAHLE Huber Heights, OH 

FRED GARVEN KAHUNA Kailua, HI 

STEPHEN G KALINCHAK Harrisburg, PA 

AMY KEARNS Falmouth, KY 

CARLA ANN KEGERREIS McMurray, PA 

DAVID W. KEITH Pine Knot, KY 



TIM KELLY 
ELLEN KETTENRING 
DANA KIDWELL 
CAROLINE KIEHL 
CINDY KINCHELOE 
MELISSA A, KING 
STEVEN KING 



LEE K1NKLE 
JOAN KINNEY 
TODD KIRKBY 
SID KITTILA 
JANE M. KLAREN 
DENISE KLINE 
SANDY KNAUER 



NANCY KOOP 
KATIE KORDVV1TZ 
LISA KOSCO 
KELLY M, KUETHE 
KAREN KUHN 
KARL KUHN 
CARLA KULP 



ANGELA KYLE 
WILLIAM LAKE 
VINH LAM 
KAREN LAMB 
DONNA LAMBERS 
MICHELLE LANASA 
CHERYL LAPPIN 



Stanton, KY 

Stamping Ground, KY 

Vanaburg. KY 

Rochester. MI 

Louisville. KY 

Burlington. KY 

Stearns, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Alexandria, KY 

Marshall, MI 

Louisville, KY 

Aberdeen. OH 

Tampa, FL 

Fort Thomas, KY 



Elesmere, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Harrodsburg. KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Richmond, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Casev Creek, KY 



Middlesboro, KY 
Fordsville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Bardstown, KY 
Union, KY 
Kettering, OH 
Fairfield, OH 



THOMAS S LARANCE 
FRANK LARK 
BARBARA J. LATHAN 
ANGELA LAWSON 
RALPH LECOMPTE 
WANDA LEE 
BETS1 LEFEBER 



MICHELE LEIST 
SONIA LEMOS 
CRAIG LESHON 
GERI LYNN LETNER 
JULIE LINEBACH 
DOUGLAS E. LLOYD 
RHODA A, LOGUE 



Sarasota, FL 
Marshell, MI 
Frankfort, KY 
Burkesville, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Lewisport, KY 
Lebanon, OH 



Farmersville, OH 

Richmond. KY 

Louisville, KY 

Beattyville, KY 

Middletown, KY 

Cold Springs, KY 

Danville, KY 




302 Sophomores/Jac-Log 







flftotfa 




ELIZABETH LONG 
JANICE LONG 
PERRY LONG 
MARGARET LOVE 
DEBRA LUTES 
RANDY LUTZ 
A. CAMILLE LUVISI 



KAREN LYNN 
SOMMERFIELD LYNNE 
BELINDA J. MAGGARD 
GARRY MAG1BBEN 
MIKE MAIER 
GRETCHEN MALONE 
LAVY MAMMEN 



AUGUSTA MANN 
PAULA MANN 
DEBORAH MARASA 
GAIL MARSHALL 
ANGIE MARSHALL 
JOHN MARTIN 
SUSAN MARTIN 



Richmond, KY 

Brodhead, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Liberty, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Whitesburg, KY 

Finchville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

LaGrange. KY 

United Arab Emirates 



Salyersville, KY 

Salyersville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Mt. Washington, KY 

Ashland, KY 

J-Town, KY 

LaGrange, KY 



KAREN MASON 
TIM MASON 
TRACI MASTERS 
CHERYL MATHER 
KAREN MATTHEWS 
JANE-WESLEY MAYFIELD 
CHRIS McAFEE 



MARY BETH McAULIFFE 
CAROL McCLURE 
ROSA McCORMACK 
SUZZIE McCORMACK 
SHERRI McCOY 
VANDY McCULLOUGH 
LISA McDANIEL 



AARON McHARGUE 

robert d mchodgkins 
diana McMillan 

JACK L. McNEAR 
ELIZABETH McQUERRY 
JOE McWILLIAMS 
WILLIAM MEADORS 



Stearns, KY 

Barbourville, KY 

Waco, KY 

Buffalo, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Danville, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Dayton, OH 

Stanford, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Huddy, KY 

Greensbourg, KY 

Maysville, KY 



Bedford, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Walton, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Paint Lick, KY 

Hamilton, OH 

Williamsburg, KY 



GARRY MEGIBBEN Finchville, KY 

CINDY MEHOLOVITCH Versailles, KY 

DARYL MESCH Collins, NY 

WHITNEY MICKLE Washington C.H., OH 

GARY MIDKIFF Cincinnati, OH 

JOE MIKESELL Crawfordsville, IN 

CRAIG S. MILLER Louisville, KY 



GARY L. MILLER 
LISA MILLER 
PATTI MILLER 
RANDY MILLER 
TERRI MILLER 
CYNTHIA A. MILLS 
DELIA ANN MILLS 



GLENN MILLS 
SHELLY MINER 
SUSAN MINKS 
CATHY MOORE 
CHARLOTTE MOORE 
THOMAS W. MORGAN 1 
WILLIAM J, MORGAN 



Richmond, KY 

Mount Olivet, KY 

Springfield, OH 

Florence, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Burbourville, KY 

Freeburn, KY 



Campbeilsburg, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Covington, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



LYDIA MORRISON 

STEVEN MOSCOE 

JOSEPH KENNETH MOUSER 

SHEILA MULLINS 

RICK MUTERSPAW 

DWIGHT MYERS 

MARY RODMAN NALLEY 



Frenchburg, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Springboro, OH 

Eaton, OH 

Bardstown, KY 



Sophomores/Lon-Nal 303 



[ONI NALSER 
MELISSA NEACE 
kELLI \EAL 
MARK NTWB1 
DONNA NEWNAM 
DAR1L. NICELEY 
DELLA NOLAN 



ED NORKUS 
RAM NORMAN 

BRUCE NURSE 
AMI O DANIEL 
BREN'DA O'DANIEL 
TERI OMAN 
DJUNA OOTEN 



TRACE 1 * OSBORNE 
KELLY FA\E OSUATH 
TIM OWEN'S 
RUSSELL PAINE 
BETH PALLANTE 
PAM PALMER 
PAM PARISH 



EARL L. PARKER IR 
REGINA PARKS 
STEVE PARSON 
TINA PARSON'S 
STEPHEN PATRICK 
KIM PATTERSON 
IOHN PA1 NE 



TW^l LANE PA1TON 
ANDERS PEDESEN 
ELESHA PENNINGTON 
TAMMIE PENNINGTON 
DARLE.NE PERKINS 
IOHN PERKINS 
NOEL PERKINS 



STEPHANIE PERR^ 
BREN'DA PETER 
EILEEN M PETERS 
MAR"! PFEFFER 
FRANCES PHELPS 
TAMARA PHELPS 
MONT> PHILLIPS 



SUSAN PHILLIPS 
IACK WAYNE PHIPPS 
PAMELA I PHIPPS 
SANDRA L. POFF 
SUE POHLMAN 
IOHN PORTER 
MICHAEL POTTS 



1AMES D POWELL 
TRAO POWELL 
CHARLESE PRATER 
IIM PRATER 
MIKE PRATER 
CHARLES PRESTON 
STAO PREWITT 



ELIZABETH PROCTOR 
CHRISTOPHER PR 1 ) OR 
JACKIE QUISENBERRY 
APRIL RADER 
E Ml RON R RADER 
IENNIFER RADER 
BECK"! RADIN 



Louisville. KY 

Lost Creek. KY 

Taylor Mill. KY 

Pineville. Ki 

Lexington K"i 

Erlanger. KY 

Tvner KY 



Stevensville MI 

Huddy. KI 

Owensboto, K> 

Lebanon K^ 

Lebanon, K 1 ! 

Willamsfield. OH 

Spnngboro OH 



Rochester MI 

Richmond, KY 

Liberty. K> 

Mt Sterling KI 

Shelbyville. Kt 

Lima. OH 

iv.-hmond KY 



Paint Lick, K\ 

Mt. Sterling. K"l 

Evans. KY 

London. Ki 

Hazard. KY 

Taylorsville, KY 

Pewee Vallev. KY 



Irvington K'i 

Ir\'ine. KY 

Sandv Hook K"i 

Louisville. KY 

Dn- Ridge. KY 

Bristol. VA 

Middletown. OH 



Franklin. OH 

Frankfort. KY 

West Chester. OH 

Washington. KY 

Somerset. KY 

London, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 



Richmond. KY 

Frankfort. KY 

Somerset, KI 

Libert}.-, KY 

Cincinnati. OH 

Terrace Park. OH 

Louisville. K> 



Germantown. K"i 
Richmond, KY 
Kimper. K*l 
Fern Creek. KY 
Hueysville. KY 
Mavsvilte, KY 
Richmond. KY 



Brodhead. KY 

Louisville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Jeffersonvitle. IN' 

McKee. KY 

McKee. KI 

Shelbvville Ki 




DAVID RALEIGH Nicholasville, K> 

CANDACE RALENKOTTER Florence. KY 

CHERIE RAMEY Pippa. Ki 

SHARI LEE RAMEY Sharpsburg, KY 

LISA MARIE RAMSEY Winchester, KY 

ROBERT WESLEY RANDALL JR. Richmond, KY 

JEFF RATLIFF Phelps. KY 




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304 Sophomores. N'al-Rat 




PAM RAVENSCRAFT Highland Heights. KY 

ANNIE RAY Springfield, OH 

LYNN RAY Lancaster, KY 

MITZI RAV Radchff, KY 

MYRARAYBURN Louisville KY 

DAVID REE Irvine. KY 

MIKE REED Richmond, KY 



ARCH REESE 
SCOTT REESE 
STEFFAN1E RHEIN 
BRENDA RHODES 
JENNIFER RHULE 
LAURA RIEDEL 
TERESA R1EDINGER 



JULIE ROARK 
ALAN ROBBINS 
DEBBIE ROBERTS 
WANDA ROBERTS 
MATT ROBINSON 
MICHAEL ROBINSON 
R J ROBINSON 



SANDRA ROBINSON 
TAMMY ROBINSON 
CAROLYN M ROGERS 
ELIZABETH ROGERS 
SUSAN ROGERS 
TOM ROLF 
DEBRA ROSE 



GINA SHAY ROSS 
IA.NET RENTE ROSS 
GINGER ROWLAND 
MARTHA RUBLE 
SUSAN RUCKEIEGEL 
PAULA SALSMAN 
TRACEY SAMMONS 



JILL SANDER 
KARIN SAPP 
DENISE SCALF 
SANDY SCHAEFER 



Beattvville, KY 

Lebanon, OH 

Wilmington, OH 

Valley Station, KY' 

Franklin. OH 

Ashland. KY 

Louisville. KY 



Louisville, KY 

Lancaster. KY 

Irvine. KY 

Richmond, KY 
Frankfort. KY 
Irvington. KY 

Lexington, KY 



Webester, KY 

Lawrenceburg. KY 

Glendale. KY 

Richmond, KY 

Crescent Springs KY 

Ft Wnght. KY 

Richmond KY 



Shelbwille. KY 

Booneville, KY 

E-Town. KY 

Shelbwille, KY 

leffersontown. KY 

Louisville. KY 

Raceland. KY 



Louisville. KY 
Mavsville. KY 
Pikeville. KY 
Louisville. KY 



AMY SCHARRINGHAUSEN Fort Lauderdale. FL 
PAMELA KAY SCHEELER Greenfield, OH 

JOHN SCHRAER Madeira. OH 



DANIEL SCHUERMAN 


Fort Thomas 


KY 


RALPH SCHULER 


Fort Mitchell 


KY 


TERESA SCOTT 


Hardy 


KY 


WILLIAM SCOTT 


Cumberland 


KY 


LATRISHIA SEAL 


Manchester 


KY 


TAMMY SEARCY 


Sanders 


KY 


CECILIA SEARS 


Louisville 


KY 


KIM SEARS 


Stamford 


KY 


LISA G. SEARS 


Berea. 


KY 


LISA SEBASTIAN 


Irvine. 


KY 


MATTHEW SEGEDY 


Berea 


KY 



ANTHONY DARRELL SHANNON Detroit, Ml 
GREG SHANNON Millersburg. KY 

TOM SHAW Independence, KY 



VICTORIA A. SHAY 
LINDA SHEARER 
RUTH SHELTON 
MICHELLE SHEPHERD 
LINDA SHERMAN 
TODD SHINKLE 
JOHN MIKE SIPPLE 



Villa Hills, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Monticello, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Cumberland, KY 

Bethel, OH 

North Berea. KY 



LEE ANN SISSEL Falmouth. KY 

MARIA KAY E SLONE Pikeville, KY 

BILLY SMITH Owensboro. KY 

CHRIS SMITH Buckinghamshire, ENG 

DEBORAH L. SMTTH Ft. Mitchell. KY 

DIANA SMITH Lawrenceburg, KY 



EDWIN DANIEL SMITH 



Olaton, KY 



Sophomores/I\av-Smi 305 



GEORGIA SMITH 
GINGER SMITH 
JEFFREY W. SMITH 
JULIE LYNNE SMITH 
KEVIN SMITH 
MARK SMITH 
MEL SMITH 



RENEE R. SMITH 
SHELIA M SMITH 
SHERRI SMITH 
TONY SMITH 
PENNY SNOWDEN 
PAM SNYDER 
MICHAEL SOUDER 



TRACE M. SPARLING 
DAVE SPRADLIN 
ALYSON SQUIRES 
JANE SRNOVRSNIK 
ROBERT STACK 
CYNTHIA J. STANFORD 
LATONYA STANHOPE 



JAMES B STAUFFER 
KAREN STAYTON 
PETER STEBBINS 
MICHAEL STEPHENS 
LESA STEWART 
VICKIE STEWART 
WANDA F STEWART 



VALERIE LYNN STIVERS 
THOMAS RAY STORMS 
MONICA STORZ 
MIKE STRANGE 
LYNN IRIS STRATTON 
LORI STRINGER 
RUTH E. STROHMEIER 



BELINDA STUMBO 
PAMELA STUMP 
JEFF STUTSMAN 
MICHAEL SUTKAMP 
CHARLIE SWINEY 
MICHELLE SWINEY 
PAM SWINK 



CONNIE SYDNOR 
ERIC TARTER 
JESSICA A. TAUL 
CAROL TAYLOR 
SCOTT A. TAYLOR 
VALERIE TAYLOR 
LYNDA THACKER 



CHARLES THALER 
BILLY THOMPSON 
JOHN THOMPSON 
LISA K. THOMPSON 
TINA TINGLE 
TAMMY TOMPKINS 
TINA M TOPHORN 



LISA ANN TRAINER 
QUOC TRAN 
RITA TREVINO 
SHANNON TRIMBLE 
JOHN TRIPLETT 
CINDY TRUBA 



Tarnes Station, KY 

Eminence, KY 

Irvine. KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Tavlorsville, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Russell, KY 



New Castle. KY 

Lexington, KY 

Cannon, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Stanton, KY 

Kettering, OH 

Nicholasville, KY 



Wilhamstown, KY 

Elkhorn City, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Euclid, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Stanton, KY 



Lima, OH 
Lebanon, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Ashland, KY 
Pineville, KY 
Smith, KY 
Ashland, KY 



Versailles, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Alexandria, VA 

Midway, TN 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Moriticello, KY 

Casev Creek, KY 



Betsy Layne, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Bellevue, KY 

Etwon., KY 

Elkhorn City, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Lakeside Park, KY 

Russell Spring, KY 

Ashland. KY 

Loretto, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Wheelwright, KY 

Pineville, KY 



Corbin, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Prestonburg, KY 

Nicholasville, KY 

Campbellsburg, KY' 

Albany, KY 

Walton, KY 



Morrow, OH 

Louisville, KY 

London, KY 

Stearns, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Hazel Park, MI 



CHRISTOPHER LEE TUCKER Louisville, KY 



CYNTHIA TUDOR 
LINDA TURNER 
GWEN TYLER 
CHARLOTTE TYRA 
PAMELA UPTON 
KIM VAN BUSKIRK 
LAURA VAN WAGENEN 



Richmond, KY 

Danville, KY 

Tavlorsville, KY 

Mi'. Sterling, KY 

Stanford, KY 

Brooksville, FL 

Cincinnati, OH 




306 Sophomores/Smi-Van 




REBECCA VANSICKLE 
ELIZABETH VEITCH 
PAM VERVILLE 
MICHAEL PAUL VESSELS 
BETH VETTER 
EWEN VICKIE 
MICHELLE VIELHAUER 



LINDA VITTITOW 
JACK WADE 

JEFFERY WAYNE WAGERS 
BRENDA WAGGONER 
HARRY F. WAGGONER 
AMY WAGNER 
IEANIE WALDRON 



LAURIE WALKER 
ANNA C. WALLACE 
MEG WALLACE 
BEVERLY WALLING 
CHRISTI WARD 
TERESA WARD 
DANNY WARDRIP 



MIOEKA CHANTEL WASH 

PAULA LYNN WATSON 

JODI WATTERS 

TERESA WEAVER 

JAN WEBB 

DAWN WEDDINGTON 

JAMIE WEIDLE 



CARI WELLS 

LA DONNA WELLS 

ELLEN WESSELS 

LISA WEST 

DEBBIE WETHINGTON 

ELENA WHEATLEY 

DIANE WHITAKER 



TAMI WHITAKER 
ANGIE WHITE 
DEREK A. WHITSON 
CHARLOTTE WHITTAKER 
BRAD WIEHE 
JOEL WILCH 
JANENE WILEY 



JOLENE WILEY 
ANGEL WILHELM 
ANGELA M. WILLIAMS 
BRUCE WILLIAMS 
JENNIFER WILLIAMS 
KIM WILLIAMS 
LISA WILLIAMS 



THERESA WILLIAMS 
SUSAN WILLIAMSON 
BOBBY WILLOUGHBY 
TIM WILMES 
ANGIE WILSON 
DONNA M. WILSON 
DOUG WILSON 



MELISSA WILSON 
STEVEN D. WILSON 
LAURA WINEBRENNER 
LAURA JAN WIREMAN 
RITA WITRTH 
AMY WOLFFORD 
PEGGY ERIN WOODCOCK 



L. DARYL WRIGHT 
SHERRY WRIGHT 
STEVE WRIGHT 
JOHN YARBERRY 
LISA YATES 
VALERIE YEISER 
RANDALL K. YOCUM 



Louisa, KY 

Jackson, NJ 

Maysville, KY 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Bowen, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Bardstown, KY 

Waynesville, OH 

Marcum, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Jackson, KY 

Covington, KY 

Dayton, OH 



Owensboro, KY 

Concord, NC 

Versailles, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Louisa, KY 

Inez, KY 

Brandenburg, KY 



Cynthiana, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Portsmouth, OH 

Charleston, WV 

New Carlisle, OH 

Hazel Green, KY 

Germantown, OH 



Coxs Creek, KY 
Paintsville, KY 
Park Hills, KY 
Russell, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Tyner, KY 



Nicholasville, KY 

Maysville, KY 

Knoxville, TN 

Richmond, KY 

Centerville, OH 

Reading, OH 

Freehold, NJ 



Freehold, NJ 

Fort Thomas, KY 

Miamisburg, OH 

Ashland, KY 

Harlan, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Clay City, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Waco, KY 

Loveland, OH 

Carlisle, KY 

Lily, KY 

Springfield, OH 



Lexington, KY 

Falmouth, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Jackson, KY 

Ludlow, KY 

Taylor Mill, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Shelbyville, KY 

McKee, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Greensburg, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

lrvington, KY 

Danville, KY 



Sophomores/Van-Yoc 307 



DONNA YORK 
ALICE YOUNG 
GINA LYNN YOUNG 
LINDA YOUNG 
JOAN ZIEGLER 
TERRY ZIMMERMAN 
KAREN ZINS 



i.IORGE ZYDEL 



Barbourville, KY 
Lebanon, KY 
Winchester, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 
Nancy, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 



Stockholm, N) 








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308 Sophomores /Yor-Zyd 




WILLIAM DAVID ABNEY 
MELISSA ABSHER 
JAMES ACQUAV1VA 
KATHERINE ADAMS 
PAMELA ADAMS 
ROBERT ADAMS 
LAURA AKERS 



PAMELA ALLGEIER 
KEVIN ANDERSON 
LISA ANDERSON 
CLEVELAND ANGEL 
SCOTT APPLEGATE 
BILL ARBOGAST 
STEVE ARMSTRONG 



Erlanger, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Ermine, KY 
Eubank, KY 
Lexington, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Pine Knot, KY 
Cambellsville. KY 
Beattyville, KY 
Brandburg, KY 
Ashland, KY 
Cynthiana, KY 



BRIAN KEITH ARNOLD Owensboro, KY 

LEANN ARNOLD Mt. Vernon, KY 

LISA ARNOLD Otway, OH 

MATTIE OTORIA ARNOLD Louisville, KY 

MIMI ARNOLD Winchester, KY 

SUSAN MARIE ARNOLD Lexington, KY 

TAMARA ARNOVITZ Berea, KY 



JON ASHCRAFT 
DOUG ASHER 
CAROLINE ATKINS 
DONNA AVERY 
BECKY BACH 
SHARON K. BAILEY 
KENNETH M BAIRD 



THERESA BAIRD 
TRACEY L. BAKER 
KAREN BALL 
CHERLY BALLARD 
JAMES BALLINGER 
CHERYL BANKS 
CHERYL BARBER 



KAY BARBER 

TRACY BARKER 

BRUCE BARLOW 

CARL RICHARD BARNES 

CARRIE BARNES 

TERI LYNN BARNES 

RHONDA BARNETT 



Mt Vernon, IL 

Winchester, KY 

Paducah, KY 

Springfield, KY 

Mount Sterling, KY 

Hendricks KY 

Kenvickv. KY 



Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Englewood, OH 

Bardstown, KY' 

McKee, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Ashland, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Burlington, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Sizerock, KY 
Westport, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Lewisport, KY 



H. ELIZABETH BAUGHMAN Louisville, KY 



RALPH BAXTER 
PAMELA RAE BEATTY 
KELLY BECHETT 
ANDREA KAY BELL 
ANGELA BELL 
TIMOTHY J. BENNETT 



Richmond, KY 

Florence, KY 

Mount Olivet, KY 

Florence, KY' 

Liberty, KY 

Crab Orchard, KY 



RICHARD BENNINGFIELD Summersville, KY 



JENNIFER BENTLEY 
JULIE LYNN BERGDOLL 
LESLEE BERRY 
TONY BERRY 
LISA BEVERLY 
JUDY BEX 



ANCELA BISHOP 
LISA BLACKARD 
JEFF BLACKWELL 
KIMBERLY BLAKEMAN 
SHERRY BOARD 
BEVERLY A. BOBBITT 
MONIQUE BOLDUC 



BETH BONNETTE 
HARRY C. BONNY III 
PATRICIA BOONE 
IVY L. BOOTH 
DON BORNHORST 
AUDREY BORTNER 
MICHELE BOUTEILLER 



Centerville, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Eminence, KY 

Mt. Washington, KY 

Falmouth, KY 



Middlesboro, KY 

Middlesboro, KY 

W. Chester, OH 

Greensburg, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Paris, KY 

Bearea, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Erlanger, KY 

Mullica Hill, NJ 

Richmond, KY 



Freshmen/Abn-Bou 309 



VICKI BOWMAN 
SHEILA BRADFORD 
JAM1 BRANDENBURG 
JEFF BRAUN 
PATRICIA BRENNAN 
JAMIE BREWER 
ROBIN BRINDLE 



DOUG BROCK JR. 
MIKE BROCKMAN 
ANGELA D BROOKS 
DENISE BROTHERS 
ELIZABETH BROWN 
MICHAEL M BROWN 
KIM BRUGLER 



ERIC BUCKLEY 

KIM BUDDE 

M \KK HI I I I 

LOIS BUNTYN 

MIKE BURCH 

JEANNETTE BURCHELL 

TAMMY BURDINE 



DEAN BURK 
SHERRY BUSKIRK 
TAMMY BUTTERY 
LISACAH1LL 
STEPHANIE CAIN 
CHERELENE CALHOUN 
BRAD CAMMACK 



DONNA CAMPBELL 
JENNIFER CAMPBELL 
MICHELE CAMPBELL 
TERRY CAMPBELL 
KORAL CANONICO 
VONDA CARDINALI 
KAREN CARDWELL 



G1NA CARL 
CHAD CARPENTER 
SUSAN E. CARRIER 
MIKE CARROLL 
DONNA CASEY 
HELEN CAUSEY- 
KEVIN CECIL 



JENNY CHAMBERS 
JANET CHESSER 
PHILIP T. CHEUNG 
LINDA CHOUINARD 
DIANE CHRISTOFIELD 
GENE CISSNA 
CATHI B CLARK 



LEE ANN CLARK 
MELODY CLARK 
RANDY CLARK 
SARA CLARK 
MELANIE CLEMENTS 
KAREN CLOYD 
GELIA COCHRAN 



WILLIS G. COFFEY 
DENNIS T COLEMAN 
MELISSA COLEMAN 
TAMMY COLLETT 
DEANNA COLSTON 
NICOLE COLVIN 
JENNIFER COMBO 



CAROL COMBS 
RHONDA COMBS 
PAULA CONN 
LISA CONNER 
HARRY COOK 
JAMES COOK 
JONATHAN COOK 



Paris, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Hamilton, OH 
Tipp City, OH 
Louisville. KY 
Campbellsburg, KY 
Crestwood, KY 



Crab Orchard, KY 

Florence, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Brookeville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Hiatt, KY 

Springfield, OH 



New Castle, KY 

Independence, KY 

Whiting, IN 

Crestwood, KY 

Louisville. KY 

Manchester, KY' 

Somerset, KY 



Shelbyville, KY 

Inez, KY 

Manchester, KY' 

Petersburg, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Owensboro, KY 

Lexington, KY 



Booneville, KY 
Eolia, KY 

Fairfields, OH 
Monticello, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Richmond, KY 

Frankfort, KY 



Versailles, KY 
Perryville, KY 
Danville, KY 
Vanceburg, KY' 
Brooksville, KY 
Berea, KY 
Bardstown, KY 



Hillsboro, OH 
Mackville, KY 
Wanchai, Hong Kong 
Mavsville. KY 
Woodlawn, KY 
Owensboro, KY 
Richmond, KY 



Lawrenceburg, KY 

Winchester, KY 

Cleves, OH 

Lexington, KY' 

Springfield, KY 

Danville. KY 

London, KY 



Mount Vernon, KY 
Pikeville, KY 
Raccoon, KY 
Stinnett, KY 
Newport, KY 
Wheelwright. KY 
Paintsville, KY 



West Union. OH 

Beattvville, KY 

Bereo, KY 

Aaron, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Clay City. KY 

Chaplin, KY 




310 Freshmen/Bow-Coo 










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MELISSA COOKSEY 
JULIE COOP 
DENNIS COOPER 
ANN COPAS 
PEGGY CORDER 
DEBBIE COTTINGHAM 
JAMIE COTTONCIM 



Mackrulle, KY 

West Liberty, KY 

Lester, WV 

Dayton, OH 

Monticello, KY 

Ft. Wright, KY 

Frankfort, KY 



GREGORY COUCH Oneida, KY 
ANNETTE COWDEN Washington Hgts., OH 

AMY COX Troy, OH 

LEE CHRISTINE COX McKee, KY 

NATALIE COX Laurenceburg, KY 

RONDA COX Cincinnati, OH 

SHARI COX Louisville, KY 



STEVE COX 
PAMELA COZETTE 
JEFF CRAIG 
DENNIS CRAWFORD 



Versailles, KY 

Fremont, OH 

Shepherdsville, KY 

Beattyville, KY 



ELIZABETH CRAWFORD Stone, KY 

CHRISTINE L CRENSHAW New Castle, KY 
V1CK1 CROMPTON West Jefferson, OH 



TYRON CRUMBIE 
GWYN CULLEN 
BETH CUMMINS 
BOBBY CURTIS 
JANICE CURTSINGER 
PATRICIA CURTSINGER 
LEE CZOR 



REGINA DALTON 
TAMMY L. DAMRON 
WINNIE DANIELS 
KATHLEEN DANT 
MISSY DANZ1NGER 
PAUL DARST 
KENNETH DAUGHTERTY 



ANDRIA DAVENPORT 
DELINDA DAVIS 
K1MBERLY DAVIS 
DEBBIE DAY 
DOUG DEARING 
JERRY DEATHERAGE 
HILDA F. DEBRAH 



LYNN DEDMAN 
SHERRI DeGEORGE 
CINDY DEMPSEY 
SUSAN DENNEY 
JANINE DEWEY 
JENNIFER DICKERSON 
ROBIN DIXON 



Paris, KY 
St. Albans, WV 
Lyndon, KY 
Georgetown, KY 
Bloomfield, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Richmond, KY 



Richmond, KY 
McVeigh, KY 
Lexington, KY 
New Haven, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
East Bernstadt, KY 



Lexington, KY 
Greenfield, OH 
Liberty, KY 
Wilmington, DE 
Winchester, KY 
Carrollton, KY 
Richmond, KY 



Highland Heights, KY 
Huddy, KY 
Owenton, KY 
Stanton, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Bardstown, KY 
Louisville, KY 



MICHELE DOUGLAS 
CHERYL DOWNEY 
TIMMY DOYLE 
JO ANN DRAGOO 



Kings Mm., KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Flemington, KY 
Mt. Sterling, KY 
RHONDA MICHELLE DREWS Birmingham, AL 
IERRY DUNAWAY Louisville, KY 

LELA DURHAM London. KY 



SHER1 DYKE Pleasureville, KY 

MONTY EDWARDS Shepherdsville, KY 

DANIA EGED1 Somerset, KY 

CHRISTIANNE ELLIOTT Erlanger, KY 

DOUGLAS ELLIOTT Erlanga, KY 

GWEN ELMORE Middleburg, KY 

EVELYN EMBREE Radcliff, KY 



AULREY EMBRY JR. 

JENNY ESTES 

LONNIE J. EVANS 

BILLIE J. EVERETT 

DAVID GRAHAM EVERMAN 

PAULA FAIN 

CHARLIE FALCHS 



Millwood, KY 
Hamilton, OH 
Tipp City, OH 
Richmond, KY 
Danville, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Corinth, KY 



Freshmen /Coo-Fal 311 



DARREN FARMER 
LAURA FAUGHN 
KIMBERLY SUE FAULCONER 
RICKY FAUST 
SCOTT FELTNER 
KIMBERLY FERGUSON 
WAYNE FETTERS 



Stanton, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Paris, KY 

Shelbyville, KY 

Bardstown, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Keavv. KY 



SONYA FIEDLER 

PAM FIKE 

KEVIN MONTER F1SHBACK 

JOSEPH FISHER 

CHRISTY FITCH 

CAROL FITZGERALD 

TONJA FLA v LOR 



LAURA FLE1SSNER 
TAMMY FLENER 
JACKIE FLESSINGER 
MARTHA FLOOD 
MARGARET FLOWERS 
ELIZABETH FOISTER 
DAVID FOREMAN 



BREN'DA FOX 
KATHI FRANCIS 
MONICA L FRANCIS 
PERNELL FRANCIS 
KELLIE FREEZE 
KIM FREEZE 
ROD FRENCH 



CATHERINE FRIES 

LISA KATHLEEN GABBARD 

KRISTI GANIM 

JOY GARLAND 

LORI GARLAND 

ERIC GARNER 

LISA GARNER 



PENNY GARNETT 
JILL GARRISON 
TERESA M GARTMAN 
CHARLOTTE GETMAN 
KIM GETMAN 
KIMBERLY ANN GIBSON 
JENNY GIER 



J. W GILES 
MELISSA G1LREATH 
SHERRY GIRDLER 
DANA GISLER 
SUSAN GLAUBER 
JEFF GODERWIS 
ELEESA COINS 



Boston, KY 
Richmond. KY 
Louisville, KY 
Middlesboro, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Lebonan, OH 
Kettering. OH 



Ft. Thomas, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Troy, OH 
Frankfort, KY 
Glasglow, KY 
Manchester, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Lerose, KY 

Pikeville, KY 

Middletown, OH 

Jackson, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Villa Hills. KY 



Louisville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Charleston, WV 

London, KY 

Mt. Sterling, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Cincinnati, OH 



Louisville, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Lancaster, KY 
Lancaster, KY 
Somerset, KY 
Covington, KY 



Lawrenceburg, KY 

Pine Knot, KY 

Somerset, KY 

Danville, KY 

Carrollton, KY 

Erlanger, KY 

Stanton, KY 



HENRY COINS 
PHIL E. COINS 
PHOEBE GOLDEN 
RENATA GOODLOE 
KIMBER GOODMAN 
MARIE GOODMAN 
TONJA MARIE GOODROW 



Clay City, KY 
Emlyn, KY 

Richmond, KY 
New Castle, KY 
Fort Wright, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 



JEFF GOODWIN Bardstown, KY 

MICHAEL GRAESE Radclift, KY 

MICHAEL DOUGLAS GRANT Louisville, KY 
CHRISTINE GRAU Florence, KY 

MAX1NE GRAY Barbourville, KY 

SALLY CRAY Lancaster, OH 



PATRISHA ANN GREEN 



GUTHRIE GREENE 
JOHN GREENE JR 
CATHY GREER 
ROBIN GREER 
WENDY GRECG 
KELLEY GRIMES 
STEVE GROVE 



Leatherwood. KY 



Worlhington, OH 

Louisville, KY 

Glasgow, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Burnside, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Corbin, KY 




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312 Freshmen /Far-Gro 




LEIGH ANN HACKER 
JENNIFER HAFFT 
SONDRA HAFLING 
MICHELLE RENEE HAGANS 
ROBIN HAIL 
LISA HALEY 
MICKEY HALL 



RUSTY R. HAMILTON 
WEDELL R. HANG 
WENDY HANNA 
GEORGIA HARDIN 
JENNIFER M. HARGADON 
MIA HARGAN 



LAURA HARGROVE 



REBECCA HARLEY 
RON HARRISON 
ALLISON HARROP 
TIM HART 
KATHY HATFIELD 
TAMMY HATFIELD 
KAREN LYNN HAWK 



CONNIE HAYES 
LAURA HAYES 
MISTY HAYES 
MARC D HEINIG 
JEFF HELLMANN 
CHERYL HELM 
STEVE HELTON 



Winchester, KY 

Versailles, IN 

Louisville, KY 

Hazaret, KY 

Halen, KY 

Brandenburg, KY 

Stemp, KY 



Beaver, KY 

Lexington, KY' 

Prospect, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Waddv, KY 

Vine Grove, KY 

Irawfordsville, IN 



Harrodsburg, KY 

Medora, IN 

Brandenburg, KY 

Bellevue, KY 

Raceland, KY 

Belfrv, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Erlanger. KY 

Berea, KY 

Dixie Park Bevea, KY 

Shepherdsville, KY 

Edgewood, KY 

Dunnville, KY 

Kettering, OH 



ROY HEMBREE Georgetown, KY 

TRINA HEMBREE Burgin, KY 

JONNA HENDRICHS Danville, KY 
PEGGY S HENDRICKSON Williamsburg. KY 

MELISSA A. HENDRIX Hvden, KY 

NATALIE HENRY Central City, KY 

FONDA HENSLEY Berea, KY 



KIM HENSLEY 
DAVID HERSLEY 
SHERRY HETTINGER 
MAY HICKS 
BARRY HICKS 
LAURA HIERS 
KAR1 HIGGINS 



SHERRY HIGGINS 
ELIZABETH A. HILL 
PAISLEY HILL 
T. HILL 

KARLA KINKLE 
TRACY HOBBS 
DALE LEE HODGE 



ROBERT E HODGIN 
JAY HOFFMANN 
LAUREL HOGARTH 
WANDA HOLBROOK 
DAVID HOLLAND 
TINA HOOD 
CHRIS HOOTEN 



BETTY HORNE 
JAYNE HOUCK 
FRANCES HOUK 
BARBARA HOWARD 
KENNETH HOWARD 
DANA HOWELL 
JAMES A. HOWELL 



MARGARET HUDD 
CARLA HUDSON 
KIM HUGHES 
ROBERT H, HUGHES 
MACK G. HULETT 
GORDON HUMES 
ANGELA HUNT 



Loyall, KY 

Path/ork, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Augusta, KY 

Libertv. KY 

Canada, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Florence, KY 

South Williamson, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Cecilia, KY 



London, KY 
Erlanger, KY' 
Louisville, KY' 
Rousseau, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Walton, KY 



Paintsville, KY 
Bardstown, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Claton, OH 
Winchester, KY 
Louisville. KY 
Lexington. KY 



Springfield, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Booneville, KY 

Carlisle, KY 

Lancaster, KY' 

Lancaster, KY' 

Pinsonlork, KY 



Freshmen/Hac-Hun 313 



MITCHELL HUNTER 


Albany. 


KY 


JENNIFER JACKSON 


Kehenng. 


OH 


KAREN JACKSON 


Richmond, 


KY 


TERRI JO JACOB 


Crestwood, 


KY 


RAY JACOBS 


Frankfort, 


KY 


EFtNEST KIMBLE JAMES 


Cumberland, 


KY 


MARC T. JAMES 


Burgin, 


KY 


BEVERLY JOHNSON 


Lexington, 


KY 


CARLA JOHNSON 


Louisville, 


KY 


GERALD JOHNSON 


Paintsville, 


kl 


LISA JOHNSON 


Berea, 


KY 


MIRIAM I. JOHNSON 


Ravenna, 


KY 


REBECCA SUSAN JOHNSON 


1 Cumberland, 


KY 


TWILLA JOHNSON 


Liberty, 


KY 


BETH JONES 


Covington, 


KY 


KIMBERLY JO JONES 


Nicholasville, 


K^ 


ROSA JONES 


Lexington, 


KY 


TINA ANN JONES 


Jeff. 


KY 


JENNY JORDAN 


Wash. Ct. Hs., 


OH 


PAUL JUSTICE 


Pikeville, 


KY 


MIKE KABITSCH 


Fort Mitchell, 


KY 



DONNA KAMBER Louisville, KY 

LOUIE KAREN Louisville, KY 
DOROTHY MICHELLE KARSNER Frankfort, KY 

VONDA KAVANAUGH Lexington, KY 

ROSE LEE KEITH Eubank, KY 

KAREN E. KELLEY Somerset, KY 

CINDY KELSCH Cincinnati. OH 



MARSHA KEMPER 


Carrollton. 


kl 


DEBBIE KERRICK 


Lexington, 


kl 


LELA KETTENRING Stamping Ground, 


KY 


TERRI ELLEN KEY 


Glasgow, 


KY 


JANE KIEHL 


Rochester, 


MI 


JOY KILLIAN 


Wilmore, 


KY 


BONNIE KING 


Lexington, 


KY 


DIANA KING 


Louisville, 


KY 


BUDD KIRKLAND 


Lexington. 


KY 


KIMBERLY KNAUER 


Ft. Thomas. 


KY 


MICHELLE KNUCKLES 


Covington, 


KY 


JENNIFER KOOPMAN 


Cincinnati, 


OH 


ANN M. KOZLOVVSKI 


Charlotte, 


NC 


BEVERLY KRYER 


Louisville, 


KY 


JOE LACEFIELD 


Versailles, 


KY 


DENISE LaDUKE 


Louisville, 


KY 


LISA LAMBERS 


Union, 


KY 


MICHAEL LANASA 


Kettering, 


OH 


DARYL LAND 


Beattyville. 


KY 


TINA LAND 


Georgetown, 


KY 


STEPHANIE LANGFELS 


Paris, 


KY 


PATRICIA LAWHORN 


Dunnville, 


KY 


JIM LAWLOR 


Boca Raton 


. FL 


SHERRY LAWRENCE 


Fairfield, 


OH 


JUNE LAWSON 


Burkesville, 


KY 


WILLIAM SCOT LAWSON 


South Shore, 


KY 


MIKE LAYMON 


Harrodsburg, 


KY 


RITA LAYTART 


Cynthiana, 


KY 


LESLEY LAYTON 


Edgewood, 


KY 


GREG LEE 


Princeton, 


KY 


CAROL ANN LEEDY 


Stanford, 


KY 


LUA LeMASTER 


Centerville, 


OH 


ALLYSON LESLIE 


Lexington, 


KY 


PAUL KENNETH LESTER 


Four Mile, 


KY 


CARMEN LEWIS 


Louisville, 


KY 


MICHAEL LEWIS 


Georgetown, 


KY 


REBECCA LINEHAN 


Louisville. 


KY 


MARI BET LINEHARDT 


Ft. Thomas. 


KY 


TONY LINTON 


Louisville, 


KY 



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ANTHONY SCOTT LOCKARD Hazel Green, KY 
RENEE LOGUE Danville,-KY 

DARCY LOOS Delaware, OH 




314 Freshmen/ Hun-Loo 









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HEIDI LOSE 


Louisville. KY 


CAROL ANNE LOZIER 


Cincinnati, KY 


BRUCE LUCKETT 


Prospect, KY 


GREG LUTZ 


Cincinnati, OH 


DIANE LYCANS 


Cinti, OH 


LISA MAJOR 


Richmond, KY 


MEG MANNING 


Glasgow, KY 


MEGAN MANSOUR 


Huntington, WV 


DAREN MARIONNEAUX 


Richmond, KY 


SHANA MARSHALL 


Booneville, KY 


MARY BETH MARSTON 


Owenton, KY 


JUDITH MARTIN 


Lexington, KY 


PAUL MARTIN 


Olney, MD 


TAMMY L. MARTIN 


Louisville, KY 


TERRI MARTIN 


LaGrange, KY 


MARY MARTINEZ 


Williamson, WV 


CHUCK MASTIN 


Berea, KY 


RHONDA MASTIN 


Lexington, KY 


ALLISON MATTINGLY 


Taylorsville, KY 


VIRGINIA MAUER 


Fort Mitchell, KY 


JANELL MARIE MAXEY 


Bedford, KY 


DREAMA MAYNARD 


Inez, KY 


DONALD McCALL 


Mavking, KY 


EILEEN ANN MCCARTHY 


Louisville, KY 


PATTI McCARTY 


Oilsprings, KY 


ROBERT McCOOK 


Burkesville, KY 


KAREN McCORD 


Louisville, KY 


MARY McCORKIE 


Louisville, KY 


SANDRA McCRYSTAL 


Harrodsburg, KY 


LISA NOEL McDANIEL 


Jeffersontown, KY 


kelly Mcdowell 


Crawfordsville, IN 


JACKIE McFAIL 


Albany, KY 


SHARON McGRAW 


Louisa, KY' 


PENNY McGUIRE 


Varney, KY 


GEORGE McINTOSH 


Rodcliff, KY 


JERRY McKINNEY 


Mt. Verna, KY 


LEE ANNE McKNIGHT 


Fairdale, KY 


ANGELA McNEAL 


Lexington, KY 


CHARLES F. McWHORTER 


Manchester, KY 


GREG McWHORTER 


East Bernstadt, KY 


CARLA MEADE 


Hi Hat, 


DONNA MEADE 


Richmond, KY 


DARRYL MEADOWS 


Clay City, KY 


KAREN SUE MEADOWS 


Lancaster, KY' 


MONICA MEDER 


Batavia, OH 


KELLI MEDLEY 


Louisville, KY 


KAREN ANN MERS 


Maysville, KY 


AMY MERSCH 


Union, KY 


JODI MESSMER 


Ft. Thomas, KY 


BILL METCALF 


Irvine, KY 


KELLIS METCALFE 


Versaille, KY 


LESTER MEYER 


Cleves, OH 


MELISSA MEYER 


Brooksville, KY 


MARILYN MEYERS 


Kettering, OH 


LAURIE MIDDENDORF 


Edgewood, KY 


CAROL MILBY 


Louisville, KY 


STEVE MILBY 


Summersville, KY 


DEBORAH SUE MILLER 


Leburn, KY 


DOUG MILLER 


Bellevue, KY 


NANCY MILLER 


Flatwoods, KY 


WAYNE MILLER 


Lawrenceburg, KY 


CHARLES ANDREW MILLS 


Pineville, KY 


SHERI MILLS 


Winchester, KY 


DAVID M. MISKA 


Louisville, KY 


PAULA MITCHELL 


Paintsville, KY 


PAMELA RENEE MIZE 


Danville, KY 


ANTHONY MOCHAL 


Brodhead, KY 


PHIL MOEBUS 


Clinton, NJ 


JERRY MONHOLLEN 


Smithfield, KY 


BURTON Q MONTROSS 


Leitchfield, KY 



Freshmen/ Los-Mon 315 
I 



JENNIFER MOON 


Morehead, KY 


GREGORY ALAN MOORE 


Tollesboro. KY 


LISA MOORE 


Berea, KY 


LISA MOORE 


Louisville. KY 


MELISSA MOORE 


Dawson Springs. KY 


MICHELLE MOORE 


Hyden. KY 


PEGGY MOORE 


Kettering, OH 


ROBERT MOORE 


Wyoming, OH 


RODNEY MORAN 


Brooksville, KY 


MARK MORGAN 


Franklin, OH 


CHRISTY MORRIS 


Louisville, KY 


CYNTHIA MORRIS 


Georgetown, KY 


REGINA MORTON 


Lexington, KY 


PAULA MOSES 


Winchester, KY 


CHERIE MOSLEY 


Florence, KY 


RITA MUDD 


Louisville, KY 


THERESA MUDD 


Radcliff, KY 


DANA MULLINS 


Verona, KY 


PAMELA SUZETTE MULLINS Erlanger, KY 


MICHELLE MURPHEY 


Trov, OH 


COLLEEN MURPHY 


Erwin, TN 


COLLEEN MURPHY 


West Chester, OH 


SCOTT MYERS 


Westchester, OH 


PAMELA NANTZ 


Corbin, KY 


CHARLES NAPIER 


Danville, KY 


MARK NAPIER 


Russell, KY 


DIANE NEWMAN 


Price, KY 


MOSHE NIZAN 


Doar Menashe, Israel 


DONYA JEANINE NOEL 


Mackville, KY 


MARIA NORDBERG 


Bergenfield. NJ 


REBECCA SUE NORTH 


Georgetown, KY 


MICHELLE NUGENT 


Florence, KY 


EVA O'BANNON 


Burgin, KY 


LISA OBENSHAIN 


Georgetown, KY 


MIKE O'BRIEN 


Paintsville, KY 


JO OLDHAM 


Warsaw, KY 


LOUIS PAUL OLIGEE 


Louisville, KY 


JULIE OLIVER 


Lexington, KY 


JOHN OSBORNE 


Paris, KY 


DAVE OSTREM 


West Des Moines, IA 


DARREN OWENS 


New Castle, KY 


LISA OWENS 


Cincinnati, OH 


SHELLY OWENS 


3807 Beavercreek Cr 


ALAN PACK 


McDowell, KY 


PAM PADGETT 


Brandenburg, KY 


RONALD EUGENE PAIGE 


Miami, FL 


ANNE MARIE PAPINEAU 


Avon, CT 


KIM PARKHILL 


Winchester. KY 


CONDY PARTIN 


London, KY 


BRENT PATRICK 


Salyorsville, KY 


TAMMY PATTERSON 


Flatlick, KY 


GREG PAYNE 


Hinckle, KY 


MONICA K. PEARCE 


Greenville, IN 


JENNIFER GAIL PEEL 


Lexington, KY 


TODD PENDLETON 


Lexington. KY 


THOMAS HOWARD PEOPLES III Lexington, KY 


ROCKY PERKINS 


Louisville, KY 


K1MERLY PETRIE 


Lovely, KY 


STACIE PETRO 


Louisville, KY 


CHARLIE PHARIS 


Burkesville, KY 


RHONDA PHILLIPS 


Shelbiana. KY 


WILMA PITTMAN 


Springfield. KY 


JAMES PLOWMAN 


Lexington. KY 


AMY JO PONISKE 


Cincinnati, OH 


KATHY M PORTMAN 


Louisville, KY 


RHONDA PRATER 


Richmond, KY 


JENNIFER ANN PRICE 


Danville, KY 


LISA PRICE 


Liberty, KY 


SCOTT PRIVITERA 


Boca Raton, FL 


CINDY PULLIAM 


Versailles. KY 




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316 Fteshmen/Moo-Pul 







DENISE PYLES 
JANET RADCLIFFE 
EDDY RAHARDJAKWEE 
KAREN LEE RAMEY 
DEIDRE RAYSCH 
JACKIE REDFIELD 
KIM REDNOUR 



PAM REECE 
CHAD REED 
ROBIN REED 
NANCY REINERT 
LORRA REYNOLDS 
MARY L. REYNOLDS 
ROY E. REYNOLDS 



JULIE RICH 

LISA RICHARDSON 

MARK RICHARDSON 

KEITH ROARK 

LAURA ROARK 

VICKIE DARLENE ROARK 

DeWAYNE ROBINSON 



Louisville, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Grayson, KY 
Louisville. KY 
Crestview Hills, KY 
Louisville, KY 



Richmond, KY 

Mayfield, KY 

Irvine, KY 

Pewee Valley, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Richmond, KY 



Florence, KY 

Yosemite, KY 

Shelbvville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Hyden, KY 

Louisville, KY 



LAURA J ROBINSON Louisville, KY 
KIM RODDY South Williamson, KY 

DAVENA ROGERS LaGrange, KY 

JEFF ROGERS Shelbvville, KY 

WAYNE ALLEN ROGERS wingate, IN 

PATRICIA ROPER Louisville, KY 

SAMANTHA ROUTZON Newport, KY 



BECKY ROWE 
CAROL ROWE 
VIRGINIA ROWLETT 
AMY RUEFF 
DOUG RUMSEY 
BRIDGET RUSSELL 
JANE RUTLEDGE 



ANITA RYAN 
LORI SATTERLY 
WANDA SCHEELER 
DONNA SCHMIDT 
LISA SCHMIDT 
THERESA SCHNEIDER 
JANET SCHNITZLER 



MARK SCHROERING 
DAWN SCHWEINHART 
JENNIFER SCHWERTMAN 
SYLVIA SUZANNE SEAL 
CATHY SEALS 
CHERI SEALSCOTT 
YEVETTE SEATON 



DIANN SEVERIN 
VIRGINIA SHANNON 
DAVE SHEEKS 
BRUCE SHEFFIELD 
SHAWN SHELTON 
DARRYL SHERROD 
TRACY SHROUT 



EARL SHRYOCK 
JO SIGMON 
PAM SIMMONS 
MARY SIMON 
GREG SIMPSON 
JAMES SIMPSON 
DERRICK SINGLETON 



STEVE SIPPLE 
MARY SUE SIZEMORE 
SUSAN SKARBOWSKI 
MICHELLE SLONE 
SHEILA SLONE 
TAMMY ALEXIS SLONE 
BOBBY SMITH 



Pikeville, KY 
Elkhorn City, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Glasgow, KY 



Centerville, OH 

Carrollton, KY 

Greenfield, OH 

Erlanger, KY 

Ft. Mitchell, KY 

Milton, KY 

Waynesburg. KY 



Louisville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Amelia, OH 

Manchester, KY 

Berea, KY 

Qumecv, MI 

Canevville, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Shelbvville, KY 

Lebanon Jet. KY 

Wilmore, KY 

Carrollton, KY 

Radcliff, KY 

Taylor Mill, KY 



Lawrenceburg, KY 

Newton, NC 

Saline, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Williamstown, KY 

Mt. Vernon, KY 



Erlanger, KY 
London. KY 
Ashland, KY 
Pikeville, KY 
Ligon, KY 
Pikeville, KY 
London, KY 



Freshmen /Pyl-Smi 317 



BRIAN SMITH 
CHARLES K. SMITH III 
DANNY SMITH 
JAMES SMITH 
STERLING MERRILL SMITH 
THERESA SMITH 
CATHY SNYDER 



WENDY SORENSEN 
RICKY SPAULDING 
APRIL DIANA SPEARS 
BRYAN K. SPEARS 
LISA SPICER 
WAYNE SPIVEY 
STEVEN SPROWLS 



IOSEPH PERRY SQUIRES 
CHERYL STAMPER 
STEPHANIE STEFFEN 
NANCY STEILBERG 
JEFFREY P. STEPHENS 
LARRY STEPHENS 
TRACY STEVENS 



ROBBI DALE STIVERS 
KEIM STOLL 
JEFF STONE 
SHELLY STONER 
DARYL STRANGE 
LAURA STRANGE 
MARCI STRANGE 



Radcliff. KY 

New Richmond, OH 

Littleton, CO 

London, KY 

Barberville, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Centerville. OH 

Salvisa, KY 

Shelbiana, KY 

Liberty, KY 

Shelbvville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Magnolia, KY 



Louisville, KY 
Aberdeen, OH 

Newport, KY 
Louisville, KY 

Ashland, KY 

Union, KY 

Frankfort, KY 



Corbin, KY 

Lexington, KY 
Louisville, KY 
Lexington, KY 
Clay City, KY 
Bardstown, KY 
Bardstown, KY 



JEFF STRINGER 
DIANA SWECKER 
DAVID SWINFORD 
LISA G. TABB 
LaVONISE TACKETT 
KIMBERLY D. TAULBEE 
ALAN TAYLOR 



BARBARA TAYLOR 
ELAINE TAYLOR 
KENNETH TAYLOR 
PATRICIA A. TAYLOR 
KOPANA TERRY 
WANDA THACKER 
CONNIE THELEN 



MARK THOMAS 
MIKE THOMAS 
CONNIE THOMPSON 
DAVID THOMPSON 
TAMMY THOMPSON 
TINA D. THOMPSON 
TERRENCE TICHENOR 



DEBRATIMMONS 
DONNIE TINGLE 
RONNIE TINGLE 
FREDRICK TISDALE 
JENNIFER TOLLEY 
PATRICIA ANN TOLOSO 
LISA ANN TOOLE 



JONATHAN TREADWAY 
JULIE TRENKAMP 
GALA TRENT 
KIM TRIMBLE 
MONATUGGLE 
JEFFREY TURNAU 
DARRETT TURNER 



DAVID TURNER 
PAMELA TYRA 
REGINA VEST 
VERONICA VIVIAN 
BETH VON MOHR 
REBECCA VONLUEHRTE 
PHIL WAINRIGHT 



Somerset, KY 

Edgewood, KY 

Cvnthiana, KY 

Cecilia, KY 

Loyall, KY 

S. Portsmouth, KY 

Russell, KY 



New Port, KY 

Springfield, KY' 

Corbin, KY 

Corbin, KY 

West Liberty, KY 

Canada, KY 

Edgewood, KY 



Mount Olivet, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Pikeville, KY 
Pewee Valley, KY 
Richmond, KY 
Falmouth, KY 
Lexington, KY 



Cincinnati, OH 

Frankfort, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Richmond, KY 

Irvine, KY' 

Michigan City, IN 

West Chester, OH 



Lawrenceburg, IN 

Independence, KY 

Frankfort, KY 

Greensburg, KY 

Albany. KY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Pineville, KY 



Richmond, KY 
Campton, KY 
Liberty, KY 
Rockville, MD 
Kettering, OH 
Erlanger, KY 
Loveland, OH 




318 Freshmen/Smi-Wai 




KIMBERLY G. WALKER 
DAVID WALLACE 
LORI WALSH 
JEANIE WAMPLER 
SONYA WARD 
MELISSA WARE 
LISA WARNICK 



TINA WATHEN 
GRANTETTE WATSON 
JANET WATSON 
LISAC. WAY MAN 
LISA WEBER 
T. WEEDEN 
SANDY WEIKERT 



CARLA A. WELLS 
KIM WELLS 
RICK WESLEY 
JUNE WEST 
MARCIA KELLY WEST 
JOHN C. WHITE 
RONALD WHITE 



KATHY WIDENER 
BECKY WIER 
BETH WILDER 
BRIAN WILES 
DONALD WILEY 
SALLY WILFERT 
RONALD EUGENE WILKE 



Somerset, KY 

Russell, KY 

Jeffersontown, KY 

Burgin, KY 

Corbin, KY 

Harrodsburg, KY 

Farmersville, OH 



Kettering, OH 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Liberty, KY 

West Edmeston, NY 

Hamilton, OH 

Prospect, KY 

Lebanon, OH 



Pleasureville, KY 

Paint5viile, KY 

Science Hill. KY 

Glasgow, KY 

Paint Lick. KY 

Science Hill, KY 

Somerset, KY 



Fairborn, OH 

Lynch, KY 

Versailles, KY 

Lawrenceburg, KY 

Louisville, KY 

New Richmond, OH 

Bellevue, KY 



BONNIE WILKINSON 
SUE WILKINSON 
DEBRA A. WILLARD 
JENNIFER WILLIAMS 
LESLIE PAIGE WILLIAMS 
RHODA WILLIAMS 
TERRY WAYNE WILLIAMS 



JENNIFER WILLIAMSON 
TERESA WILLIS 
LAUREN WILLOUGHBY 
DONNA WILMES 
CARL MATTHEW WILSON 
KELLY WILSON 
LEIGH WILSON 



LISA WILSON 
MILENA WILSON 
TAMMY WILSON 
CRAIG WITT 
SHANNON WITT 
GAIL WITZMAN 
JENNY WOLFFORD 



DEBBIE WOLLERT 
ANDY WOOD 
RITA WOODS 
MARGARET WOODY 
PERRY WRAY 
RHONDA WYATT 
KELLY WYRICK 



Stanford, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Richmond, KY 

ML Sterling, KY 

Lexington, KY 

Florence, KY 

Evarts, KY 



Lexington, KY 

Pineville, KY 

Louisville, KY 

Cinti, OH 

Coxs Creek, KY 

Erlanger, KY 

Louisville, KY 



Winchester, KY 
Crab Orchard, KY 

Manchester, KY 
Lexington, KY 

Winchester, KY 
West Chester, OH 

Covington, KY 



Louisville, KY 

Radcliff. KY 

Dover, KY 

London, KY 

Albany, KY 

Houstonville, KY 

New Paris, OH 



DELEITH YATES 
JULIE M. YEARY 
CHERYL YOCUM 
TIMOTHY JOE YOCUM 
KAREN YORK 
MONA QUINN YORK 
RHONDA REY YORK 



JUDITH YOUNG 
KIM YOUNG 
ROBIN E. YOUNG 
WAYNE YOUNG 
SANDY YOUNT 
JANET ZARTMAN 
ROBERT ZIELINSKI 



Wilmore, KY 
Frankfort, KY 
Kings Mountain, KY 
Harrodsburg, KY 
Hamilton, OH 
Richmond, KY 
Columbia, KY 



Rockholds, KY 
Springfield, OH 
Lancaster, OH 
Lexington, KY 
Taylorsville, KY 
Georgetown, KY 
Cincinnati, OH 



Freshmen /Wal-Zie 319 



Milestone 1984 



fc. 




Michelle O'Brvan, Editor (center) goes over final layouts with Co-Managing Editors Mike Hall (left) and Dean'a Moore 
(right) 



. . . The Tradition Continues 



Milestone Staff 

Editor Michelle O'Bryan 

Co-Managing Editor Mike Hall 

Co-Managing Editor Dean'a Moore 

Adviser Larry Bailey 

Student Life Editor Jannene Maudlin 

Sports Editors Melanie Corwin 

Scott Wilson 

Academics Editor Diana Smith 

Greeks Editor Lori Jenkins 

Organizations Editor Lee Ann Webb 

Classes/Index Editor Jon Stewart 

Staff Sherrie Gritton, Gina 

Hawks, Frank Enlow, Donna Champion, 

Kevin Fishback, Bathsheba Jones, 

Marianne Franklin, Larilynn Leffler, 

Tammy Buttery, Julie Doerr, Denise Pyles, 

Cindy Eglian, Nicia Andrus, Lucy Bennett, 

Winnie Daniels, Suzi Rushford, 

Charlotte Tyra, Laura Cullen, Amy Brent. 

Photographers . . Paul Lambert, Neil Thompson, 

Kara Kuchle, Todd Bailey, 

Eric Garner 



320 Milestone Staff 



It began as only an idea in the mind of the editor. 
Then, through months of planning, organizing, 
training, staffing, cropping pictures, typing copy 
and numerous headaches, the 61st edition of the 
University's yearbook became a reality. 

Few people can appreciate the hard work and 
dedication required by the staff in putting a college 
vearbook together. The staff endured many all-night 
sessions and mounting pressures as deadline time 
drew near and pages needed completing. However, 
the hard-working staff met those pressures and 
came through like professionals. 

Few students also realize the fact that the Univer- 
sitv is the only university in the state that does not 
charge a fee for the yearbook, and contrary to popu- 
lar belief, there is no deduction from student's activ- 
ity fees for the cost of the book. 

The 1984 staff had added incentive to carry on the 
Milestone tradition. The 1983 book was awarded a 
first place rating and an Award of Excellence in 
photography from the American Scholastic Press 
Association in September. It was just one of the 
numerous awards received by the book over the 50 
vears in which the Milestone tradition has en- 
dured. 



Right: Sports Editors Scott Wilson and Melanie Corwin choose color 
slides to complete their section. Below: FRONT ROW: Tammy Sue 
Buttery, Larilyn Leffler, Donna Champion, Nicia Andrus, Cindy Eglian 
BACK ROW: Kevin Fishback, Sherrie Gritton, Charlotte Tyra, Suzi 
Rushford, Frank Enlow. 






Greek Editor Lori Jenkins looks over pictures while Organizations Editor Academics Editor Diana Smith, Classes Editor Jon Stewart and Student Life Editor 

Lee Ann Webb types copy for her section. Jannene Maudlin flip through magazines to get ideas for their respective sections. 



Milestone Staff 321 



-A- 

*All-nighters 
*Academics 

Abbott, Diane K 203 
Abbott. Nora Ann 283 
Abeling. Mark A 172 247 
Abell. Anita V 166 
Abell. Anne W 283 
Abell. Cina L 162 164 1"2 24" 
Abner, Teresa R 297 
Abnev lohn L 114, 182 
Abnev. William David 309 
Abraha. Paulos 247 
Abrams. Rubv R 247 
Absher, Melissa Ann 309 
ACE I 165 

Accounting Club It>5 
Ackerman. Denise D 297 
Ackermann. Amy M 185.297 
ACM 177 

Acquaviva lames 186. 309 
Acuff. Chnstme 247 
Adams. Charles R 283 
Adams. Chem L 247 
Adams. Darlene 283 
Adams. Ernie 33, 247 
Adams. Ham- R 171 
Adams, lames 227 
Adams, lames W 247 
Adams. Karla R. 156. 175. 247 
Adams, Kathenne 309 
Adams. Kathv 247 
Adams Leigh 178. 297 
Adams Marlene E 247 
Adams. Pamela 309 
Adams. Robert 309 
Adams, Robin 297 
Adams. Rodney W 247 
Adams William R 297 
Adamson Lea M 242 
Addison, Debra K 1?" 164 24" 
Addison. Josephine 247 
Adelfio Paul A 247 
Adkins Randal D 283 
Adkinson. Sandra I 297 
Adrian. Lvnn R 238, 297 
Agbor, Michael A 177 
Agee. Lam- T 297 
Agnculture Club lt>6 



. Rox« 



s247 



Amsworth Laune J 247 
Aker. Vonme E. 238 
Akers, Laura Lynn 309 

Akpaso. Affiong S 1"" 24" 

At-Jasser. Ibrahim M 184 

Albanese. Michael I 283 

Albertson. Wanda M 175. 247 

Albin. MarcG 157 24" 

Albnght Amv L 283 

Alexander Carla M 283 

Alexander Charles N 247 

Alexander Greg 159 

Alexander. Lencia L. 41. 197, 208. 209 

.Alexander, Lisa C 283 

Alexander. Sharon K 206 

Alexander, Valene F 247 

Allen. Apnl L 172. 247 

Allen. Carol 5 297 

Allen. Cmdv L. 162. 165 

Allen, Janet S E 283 

Allen. Kelly E 232. 246 

Allen. Martin V 247 

Allen, Richard 247 

Allen. Stacy A 283 

Allender. Gregory E 157. 247 

Allgeier. Pamela 209 

Allgeier, Robin A 231. 283 

Allison, Melanie B 169. 297 

Alpha Delta Pi 200 

Alpha Epsilon Rho 154 

Alpha Gamma Delta 202 

Alpha Kappa Alpha 198 

Alpha Phi Sigma 154 

Alsip. Mark 167. 283 

Althauser. W. Scott 156, 166, 283 

AJtic. Mark A 218 

Alvev, Melissa A 182, 297 

Aman. Kathv V 165. 247 

Amburgev Steven B 247 

Amburgy. Lesa A. 203 

Amencan Marketing Association 16" 

Ammerman. Franklin W 181. 283 

Amundsen, Steven R 105 

Anderkin, Jamieson E 283 

Anderson Debra N 159. 201, 247 

Anderson. George L 224. 247 

Anderson. |ulia H. 201. 297 

Anderson. Kellv I 201 

Anderson Kevin O 171,309 

Anderson. Lisa 309 

Anderson, Michael A 218 297 

Anderson. Regina 247 

Anderson. Rhonda C 205, 283 

Anderson, Rodney 156, 247 

Anderson. TV Alan 240 

Andrew. David C. 247 

Andrews. Jennifer F 247 

Andrus. Nicia D 297. 321 

Anes. Betty V 247 

Angel, Cleveland Jay 309 

Angel. Joanna 163 

Angel, Rodney B 297 

Antle. Angela Kav 297 

Applegate. (Jr) Will 309 

Applegate, Karen 157, 164 167. 248 

Arbogast. Frederic T. 230, 283 

Arbogast. William L. 230. 309 

Armacost. Shen A 208 

Armstrong Joanna 172. 283 

Armstrong. Steven 309 

Armstrong. Thomas S 15" lf>~ :4^ 

Armstrong. Tron O. 223 

Arnold. Barry S 237 

Arnold, Brian Keith 309 

322 Index 



Arnold, David R 180 283 
Arnold, Karen L. 283 
Arnold. Leann 309 
Arnold. Lisa Uvonne 309 
Arnold. MattieCton 309 
Arnold. Mim. 309 
Arnold, Shem C 184 248 
Arnold. Susan Mane 30" 
Arnold. Suzanne R 40. 206. 283 
Arnovitz. Tamara Kav 309 
Art Student Association lf>£ 
Arthur. Teresa Mane 283 
Arvin. Donna R 297 
Ascherman, Bonni S 248 
Ashcraft, [on Bnan 309 
Asher Douglas Wayne 230. 309 
Asher, Michael A 230, 248 
Asher. Ralph B 218 
Ashlev, Carolvn D. 169. 248 
Ashley Kevin E 169, 297 
Ashley, Vick. A 172. 205. 238. 283 
Association of Law Enforcement n 



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i c :■' 



■w 






Auxier Mark A 2+8 

Averbeck Theodore T 105. 157. 283 

Avery. Donna Blaine 309 

Avers Matthew A 224 

Aylor. Gwendolyn M 2»7 

Aylor. Ruth A 297 

Azbill Melanie S 171,180,248 



-B- 



*Books 
*Beer 



Baas Margaret L 159 175 

:•, .- ' e.ccv 1-i- 

Babb lohn K 2*" 

Baber Sarah E 29" 

Bach, Daniel N Jr 235 

Bach. Lloyd 283 

Bach Rebecca Rose 1 "2 ,309 

Bachman. Chen! M 157. 164. 248 

Back, Jackie L 29" 

Back lohn K 174. 248 

Badglev Marv S 157, 167, 248 

Ba,;h>. Tern L 211,297 

Bagbv. Todd R 238 

Bahm Tamala S 24? 

Bailev Angela | 186, 187. 297 

Bailev Elissa M 206 283 

Bailey, Manlvn 193 

Ba,le\ Melissa | 2S3 

Bailev Sam 248 

Bailev Sharon Kay 309 

Bailev Timothy J 24-8 

Bain Case v E 24S 

Barnes Frank W III 86 8" 88 

Baird, Kenneth Marvin 309 

Baird Theresa Rose 309 

Bakehorn Jennifer L. 201 

Baker Anthonv C 1"2 230 248 

Baker Anthonv D 165. 283 

Baker. Chnstine R 283 

Baker, Eddie D 114 116 

Baker. Larry L 248 

Baker Mark E 154 

Baker Rhonda 297 

Baker. Robert L 238. 239 

Baker. Tanya L 248 

Baker. Tracev Lynn 309 

Baker. Verna L 162, 164. 165, 246 

Baldwin CE 12" 

Baldwin. Julie C 205 297 

Bale Carla Breeding 159 

Bales. Michael W 238 

Ball. Joseph C 297 

Ball, Karen Sue 309 

Ball, Kimberlv D 248 

Ball, Mama A 247 

Ball, Ronald E. 248 

Ball. Shelia G 283 

Ball, Theresa K 20b 

Ballard Ann W 248 

Ballard. Cheryl A. 172, 309 

Ballard Larry R 162. 165 180 248 

Ballard Manna L 283 

Ballard Margaret E 283 



h\i;: : 



s 309 



Band 188 

Bank Leanne M 248 

Bank Leanne M 248 

Banks, Linda 248 

Banks Mehssa Cheryl 309 

Baptist Student Union 169 

Barber, Cheryl Elaine 208 309 

Barber Kav 309 

Barber Lee Ann 211 

Barber Man L 29" 

Barfield. Chervl A 248 

Barger Russell W 110, 111. 297 

Bargo Can na I 283 

Bargo Gregory- H 248 

Bargo Kathv A 283 

Barker. Anne S 156. 175. 248 

Barker Karen D 248 



k.'M 



. 297 



Barker. M Tracv 309 
Barker, Richie 114 
Barker. Terry L 283 
Barkie losePh C. 238 
Barlow. Bruce Eugene 309 
Barlow. M Ellen 248 
Barnard Mark G 181. 297 
Barner. Leah M 248 
Barnes, Carl Richard 309 
Barnes Came Lee 242. 309 
Barnes Clav D 230 



Ft.,:- 



i Orlena31 
i, Sherry L 248 
.. Ten L 309 

I Alan 248 



Barnett Jernlyn L 283 

Barnett, Rhonda J 309 

Bamette. Cynthia M 185 

Barney, Christopher 283 

Barney. Cynthia I 178, 283 

Barney, John C 297 

Ban. Duon, Dr. 142 

Barr. Thomas ) III 136. 158, 164. 183, 192. 193 

Barry. Lorraine A 176. 211 

Barlett. Melissa 184. 283 

Barton. Elizabeth H 297 

Barton, Margaret M 205 

Bass, Sandra K 181. 297 

Baston. Kimberlv K 184. 249 

Batch. Donald Dr 149 

Bates. Rennie L 218. 249 

Bauch. Anne E 283 

Baudendistel. Allyson 41. 178. 283 

Baugh, Steven 230 

Baughman. Helen E 208. 309 

Bault. David 114 

Baumann. Mark A 297 

Baxter. Dana P 29" 

Baxter Ralph Edward 309 

Beadles. Jamie C 249 

Bear Daphne A 249 

Bearden Jacqueline 283 

Beasev. Jon E 196, 230. 249 

Beatty Pamela Rae 169. 309 

Becker. Donna E 297 

Becker, Sharon A 249 

Beckett. Kelly Jo 178 309 

Beckman. Jennifer S 211,249 

Beckmann. John 230 

Becraft. Cynthia L 211 

Beebout. Dawna B 181.249 

Beegle Michael D 196, 216 

Beglev. Robert I 126 

Begtey Ruth E 249 

Beglev Sara M 164 

Belanger, Giselle G 208. 249 

Belin, Florence 170 

Bell, Andrea Kav 309 

Bell Angela Gail 309 

Bell, Beverly A 283 

Bell Brent S. 224. 283 

Bell. Emma C 185. 297 

Bell, Kim P 249 

Bell, Ronald D 237 

Bellanca. Elizabeth 201. 283 

Bellanca, Lisa M 297 

Belvins, Delia 165 

Bellucci, Lisa M 208, 283 

Bemiss, Robert B 283 

Bender, Michael J. 106, 107 

Benge, Elaine D 297 

Benge, Jill A 201. 231, 297 

Bennett Danita A 249 

Bennett, Kathleen M 249 

Bennett, Kimberlv L 232 

Bennett, Kyle L 216. 217 

Bennett, Laura A. 283 

Bennett, Lucy K 297 

Bennett. Michael A 238 

Bennett. Sherman V 114 

Bennett, Steven C 240 

Bennett, Timothy 216. 309 

Benmngfield. Richard 309 

Benson. Charles D 186. 249 



Bentl 



Julie 



Bentlev. lennifer 297, 309 
Bentley. Joseph R 246 
Bentley. Lisa A 168. 283 
Bentley, Melissa 297 
Bentlev, Robert D 249 
Bentley, Vicki L 249 
Berbench. Amy M 135.206 
Bergdoll. Juhe Lynn 309 
Berger. Michele E 249 
Bergman. Timothy A 249 
Bergstrom. Theodore 232 
Berlmg. Todd W 155 
Berry. Carl Anthony 309 
Berry. Leslee Ann 309 
Berry. Rhonda K 297 
Bern', Susan L 249 
Berryman, Michael W 283 



Berton. Lon / 



201 



Bertram. Elizabeth A 283 

Best, Laura L 297 

Beta Theta Pi 216 

Bethard, James Willi 283 

Bettler Alan R Dr 175 

Beverly, Lisa Ann 309 

Bevins. Wade T 249 

Bex Judy Louise 309 

Bianco, Robert D 230, 249 

Biankenstein, Karla 211 

Biddle Mary E 157. 167 

Biddy Ernest 216 

Biel Darrvl M 232 

Biel Paul A 232 

Bigesby. Anthony H 220 

Bilbrey. Tara L 283 

Billing, Diana 90 

Bisel, Earl F Jr 283 

Bishop. Angela | 309 

Bishop, Carol A 283 

Bishop, Deborah L 151. 157. 164 

Bishop. Janie 297 

Bishop loseph 196, 230 

Bishop Linda D 157, 249 

Bishop Marry R. 249 

Bishop. Tamara G 170 

Bishop, Tern M 185 

Bisig. Dorothy M 205. 297 

Bisping, Holly R 297 

B.sping. Pamela J 283 

Bittle Brett D 216 

Black, Amber L 249 

Black James Timothy 75 

Black. John Dav ( d 249 

Black. Lome L, 283 

Black. Marlene D 283 

Black. Steve 175 

Blackard, Lisa M 309 

Blackburn. Beverly K 197.212 

Blackbum, James K. 249 

Blackburn. Kathenne 297 

Blackerbv Michael W 162, 172. 249 



ilackgrove, Paul V 297 
31ackman, Jacqueline 297 

ell. lelfrev P 242 309 
lackwell, Ons, Dr 184 
:. Lisa Renee 283 
: Robin 97 
eman, Kimberlv 309 
31akenbaker John A 196. 238 

nkenship Carla 174. 249 
lankenship. Cindy G 283 

nton. Jerry 283 

nton, Kathi Sue 283 

nton, Lisa C 283 

set Michael H 249 

u Tamara I 157, 249 

vins. Delia R 162. 249 

vins. Jonda S 208 

vins, Patnck L 297 

vins, Rhonda K 155. 159, 205, 249 

vins, Stephen T 249 

vins, Wendv M 297 

ss. David A 297 
Board. Sherry Lynn 309 
Boaz. Patncia C 283 
Bobbitt. Beverly Ann 309 
Bobbitt Dennis L 297 
Bobbitt, Jeffrey D 283 
Bobrowski, Oneida L 283 
Bobzien, Matthew W 249 
Bocook. Usa A 179, 249 
Boden, Christopher 250 
Bogard. Grace E 250 
Bogard. Tern Lynn 176 
Boggs Bascil K 283 
Boggs. Danny 283 
Boggs, David L 284 
Boggs, Donna L 250 
Boggs Rex W 284 
Bogue Russell, Dean 145 
Bonn. Carolyn A 176. 297 
Bohon. Vivian L 90, 92 
Bolduc, Monique R 309 
Bolhnger. Tonja L 284 
Bolte, David L 250 
Bolton. Julia A. 180, 238. 284 
Bolton. Michael D 237. 250 
Boize Scott 297 
Bonfiglio. Jennifer 231 
Bonfiglio. Jill M 250 
Bongiomo Mike J 172 
Bonnette Melissa B 309 
Bonny Harry C III 309 
Bontrager, Elmer A 171. 297 
Boone, Mary K 237. 284 
Boone Patncia Lynn 309 
Booth Charles E. 250 
Booth, Ivy Udorsal 309 
Boothe. lanet F 250 
Boothe, Patncia J 297 
Bopp. William H 250 
Borden, Marlene D 243. 284 
Borders, Jennifer G 40. 190 
Bom. John Stanley 228. 297 
Bomhorst. Donald 309 
Bonner. Audrey 211. 309 
Bonis. Ernest B 238 
Boswell, Beth 214, 215. 297 
Botkm, Douglas j 196. 242. 250 
Botkins, Kimberly A 206. 250 
Bottoms. Davis S 284 
Bottoms. Kenton W 220 
Botts, Lucille 297 
Bouchard. Lynn M. 159. 164, 250 
Boucher, Brenda K 171. 284 
Boughton, Kathleen A 97 
Bouteiller Anne Michelle 309 
Bowen, Patncia H 59 250 
Bowling, Jena D 284 
Bowling, Leslie K 284 
Bowling, Mamie C 284 
Bowling. Mark A 232, 250 
Bowling Sarah S 69. 154. 250 
Bowling. Steve D 284 
Bowling, Timothy W 246 
Bowman Vicki L 310 
Boyd. Ashley D 250 
Boyd, John M 250 
Boyd, Julie E 250 
Boy kins, Angela D 98 
Bradford Sheila Ann 310 
Bradle, Michael R 161. 179, 250 
Bradley. John W Jr 159, 196, 218. 250 
Bradshaw. Cindy E- 250 
Bradshaw, Shannon L 90. 91. 297 
Brady. Maureen S 173. 284 
Braet. Camille A 185, 284 
Brandenburg, Belva L 250 
Brandenburg. Carter 250 
Brandenburg. Connie 250 
Brandenburg James 169. 227, 284 
Brandenburg, Jami 310 
Brandenburg. Melody 158, 298 
Brandenburg, Nancy S 284 
Brandenburg, Renee 284 
Brandenburg, Shelly 298 
Branham, Mary L 183, 250 
Branham. Mertie A 298 
Branham Ricky A 298 
Branham. Stephen M 250 
Brannon, Michael J 162, 250 
Branscum, Theresa 250 
Brasheai, Cindy Beth 284 
Brashears. Pamela A 298 
Braun Anne W 284 
Braun, Elizabeth J 106, 284 
Braun. Jeffrey Lee 310 
Braunagel, Lois J 284 
Bray, John K 157, 250 
Breeze, Shem A 250 
Brennan. Bobbi L 162, 165, 182, 298 
Brennan. Nancy- M 158. 284 
Brennan, Patncia Ann 310 
Brenner Charles E. 230 
Brent. Amy C 284 
Brett, Cathryn E 98 
Brewer. Jamie M 310 



; Janet A 184 
, Kelvin A 223 
. Kim A 284 
, Paul R 228. 284 



Brewer, Virgil. Dr 174 

Bnan, Braden T 114, 284 

Bnndle. Robin Sue 185. 310 

Bnnegar. Freida R. 298 

Bnnley. Chnstopher 284 

Bnstol, Roberta E 298 

Brock Dena F 284 

Brock. Douglas Jr 235. 310 

Brock, Rickv A 250 

Brock, Tracy H 298 

Brockman. Bradley A 284 

Brockman, Mike Joseph 310 

Brockman, Thomas N 216 

Brockwell, Sandra J 154. 158. 250 

Brodbeck. Man' L 158. 175. 250 

Broecker. Robert A 237 

Brooks, Aneita M 250 

Brooks, Angela D 310 

Brooks. Glenda M 250 

Brooks. Jennifer Ann 173. 206 

Brooks. Mary E 284 

Brooks. Minnie L 284 

Brooks. Richard W 114 

Brosky. James M 235 

Brosky, Joe I 235 

Brothers. Mary Denise 181. 310 

Brotzge. Anne M 181, 251 

Brotzge, John P 298 

Broughton. Donald L. 235 

Broughton Jane E 176 

Brown, Amv L 203 

Brown, Apnl L 166, 298 

Brown, Beatnce P 243 

Brown, Betsy J 298 

Brown, Bobby L 251 

Brown. Chns J 196. 227 

Brown, Colleen M. 215. 298 

Brown, Craig R 224 

Brown, Crystal L 251 

Brown, David A 162. 230 

Brown. Debra J 185. 284 

Brown, Donya L 212. 284 

Brown, Elizabeth 310 

Brown, Enc D 298 

Brown. Enn R 208 



Brow 



I 162 



Brown. Jeffery L 156, 159, 164 

Brown. Jennifer L. 162. 201, 231. 251 

Brown. Jessica L 284 

Brown. Lee 284 

Brown. Lena S 251 

Brown, Linda C 173, 251 

Brown, Lisa 298 

Brown. Man' B 182, 298 

Brown, Michael L 232 

Brown, Michael M 310 

Brown, Rebecca M 165. 185, 203. 251 

Brown, Robert G 298 

Brown. Robert L 284 

Brown. Thomas M 168, 224 

Brown, Walter B 167, 251 

Browning, Ann M 298 

Browning, Jeffrey 162. 242. 298 

Bruce, Judith S 186. 284 

Bruce, Laura E 178 

Brueggen [ayne M 174. 251 

Brugler. Kimberly 310 

Bruington, Barry Kee 284 



[V.| 



251 



Brunson. Charles 28 

Bryan Michelle Lynn 169 

Bryan. Norman Benson 169 

Bryan. Wendy E 237. 298 

Bryant, Alice Jane 284 

Brvant, Elizabeth L 251 

Bryant. Kathv L 158. 298 

Bryant, Martha A. 162. 284 

Bryant, Wilham Dale 183, 284 

Bryce, Deborah 284 

Bryson, Kimberly A. 203 

BSNA 170 

Buchanan Mary E. 251 

Bucher. Maryleigh 251 

Buck. Allison Blair 201 298 

Buck. Janet R 169, 284 

Buckley, Enc Kelm 310 

Buckley, Johnnie Fay 211 

Buckman, Donna M. 158. 186. 187, 298 

Budde Kimberly D. 310 

Buddelmeyet Elizabeth 182 

Budzinski, Michael S 86 

Buel. Can' D 114 

Buell, Dianna L 179 

Buell, Mark R 310 

Bugg Urrv W 298 

Buirley. William L J 233 

Bunch, Mama L 298 

Bunch, Mary A 251 

Bunch. Teresa C 284 

Bunch, Wilma A 251 

Bunhn. Heather L. 298 

Buntyn, Loisetine 90, 310 

Burch, John G 228 

Burch, Leila R 229 

Burch. Lon | 208 

Burch, Man D 170, 2S4 

Burch, Michael L 310 

Burch, Regina 298 

Burch. Rodney G. 2S4 

Burchell, Janice S 227,251 

Burchell Jeannette 310 

Burchett. Johnda C. 251 

Burdell. Eredenck K. 223 

Burdine. Annette 298 

Burdine, Margaret A 158 

Burdine. Tamara Lynn 310 

Burgess, Georgene 162, 172. 251 

Buhanek, Cynthia A 211 

Burk, Eric D 310 

Burke. Kyle T 162. 181. 251 

Burke, Ralph D 284 

Burke. Sonja L 298 

Burkhart. Elizabeth 211 

Burnett, Donna C 176. 251 

Bums, Bruce A 298 

Bums. James M 228 

Bums. Jill A 251 

Burt. Julie E 158, 162. 165. 298 

Burton. Jack G 172. 224, 225, 251 

Burton. Joan R 298 



.Lou/ 



i251 



Burton. Regina L 159, 162, 164, 165. 251 

Burton. Wanda Faye 176 

Busch, Brian A 186, 187, 251 

Busev Michele D 251 

Bush. Marsha L 211 

Bush, Nancy C 242 

Buskirk. Sherry Denise 168, 310 

Busser. Daniel E 166, 173, 284 

Butcher, Jae L 154, 251 

Butther, Renae25I 

Butler, Brent M. 23S 

Butler, Dwight Donal 284 

Butler, Dwight K 284 

Buttery Tammv Sue 310. 321 

Buzzelli. Laura M 298 

Bvbee Linda M 298 

Bvrnside. Teresa A 169.298 

Bvron. Timothy W 238 



-c- 

*Colonels 
*Christmas 

Cable, lames W III 218. 284 
Caduceus Club 168 
Cad v. Faith E 166 
Cahill. Bethany A. 251 
Cahill, Lisa A 310 



Cahil 



i 105 



Cain, D.ana M 284 
Cain. Mark E 169 251 
Cain, Rebecca I 298 
Cain, Stephanie P 310 
Cains. Jackie S 211, 251 
Calabna, Reinette E 215, 284 
Calder, Jenna L. 298 
Calder. Kara | 169,284 
Caldwell, Carolyn 251 
Caldwell. David E 298 
Caldwell George A 284 
Caldwell. J B . Asst Coach 114 
Caldwell. Jerrv 186. 196. 242. 284 
Caldwell. Kimberlv C. 206 
Caldwell, Teressa 180, 251 
Calhoun, Cherlene310 
Calhoun. Vanessa L 251 
Calitn, Donald Dr. 172 
Calkin, Gay L. 284 
Calkin, James Patnc 227 
Callahan. Amber Kay 231 
Callender. Raymond T 284 
Calvert Wade C 284 
Cammack, Bradley Allen 310 
Cammack, Ellen B 197, 203. 242 
Campbell. Angela D 162, 284 
Campbell. Creig 235. 284 
Campbell. Danny Lee 169 
Campbell. Donna S 310 
Campbell. James A 251 
Campbell. Jennifer 310 
Campbell, Mark S. 192, 193. 252 
Campbell. Michele 310 
Campbell, Terry W 310 
Cann, Teresa A 284 



Cann. 



fen 



i 120 



Canonico. Koral A 310 

Cantrell, Adrena G 284 

Cantrell. Kathleen M 298 

Capogna. Bnan L. 181 

Cappa, Tina M 184, 252 

Cardinali. Vonda Kay 310 

Cardwell, Karen Man 212, 310 

Carey, Jay D 298 

Carey, Lisa L 252 

Carl.Gina Lynn 310 

Carloss. James D. 216 

Carmosino, Catherine 252 

Carnes, Patncia L. 252 

Cams. David H 196.235 

Carpenter, Chad 310 

Carpenter, Lon A. 208. 298 

Carpenter, Teresa A 252 

Carpenter, Vickie L 197, 206. 231. 284 

Carr, Amy Robin 211 

Carr, Roger L 252 

Carrel. Sandra L 98 

Carrender, Lisa G 284 

Cameo. Alma L 298 

Carrier. Cathy R 201 

Carrier, Susan 310 

Carroll, John M 298 

Carroll. Karen 185.252 

Carroll. Michael 310 

Carroll. Sandra L 165 

Carroll, William C. 298 

Carter. Bianca M. 252 

Carter. Gary W, 228 

Carter. James L 163 

Carter. Jen L. 171.206. 252 

Carter, Robert T 240 

Carter. Sammie A 252 

Carter. Sandra Kay 298 

Carter, Vicki Y 163 

Carven. Julie 229 

Cajy. Jay 183 

Cary, William J. 284 

Case. Keith A 224. 284 

Case Regina R 298 

Case. Sally L 285 

Case. Trulena 5. 252 

Casey. David C 252 

Casey, Donna R 310 

Casey. Norma J 285 

Caskey. Connie R 298 

Casper. Anita M, 97 

Casper. John F 252 

Cass. Nancy K 179, 285 

Cassell, Jill P 167. 201 

Castell. Mary L 252 

Castello. Kevin 235 

Castle, Jeffrey A 298 

Caston, Leah 5. 285 

Catalina Club 171 

Catlett. L!sa A 206. 285 



Catlett, Tina Robin 285 

Caudill. Kevin A 242 

Caudill. Sharon C 252 

Caudill, Shawn E. 285 

Caulin. |acqueline A 184. 203 

Causey. Helen L 310 

Cave, Dana R 172. 252 

Cecconi. Ann M 201 

Cecil. David G 172 

Cecil. Donna J 208 

Cecil, lackie B 285 

Cecil. Jon Kevin 148. 310 

Cerra. Tina M 285 

Cespfdes George H 237 

Chadwell, Patnaa A 252 

Chambers, Jennifer L 310 

Chambers. Marybeth 159. 164. 252 

Champ Christopher P 169 

Champion. Donna A 285, 321 

Chandler. Tammy AM 203 

Chaney, George D Jr. 160, 252 

Chapman, Carla G 253 

Chapman. Donna Mane 285 

Chapman, Jacqueline 253 

Chapman. Roger James 119, 177. 298 

Chard, Kim I 201 

Chastain. Gary K Dr. 177 

Chasteen. Caryn D 298 

Cheerleaders 190 

Chenault, Jeanne R 208 

Chenault, Sue 21 

Cheng. Hau-Yin 164. 177 

Cheng, Valiant C. 157. 167 

Cherol. Mary C 285 

Chesser, Janet L 310 

Cheung. Philip T 310 

Chi Omega 204 

Childers, Ben J 168 

Childers, Chnstopher 285 

Childers, Edwina 185. 253 

Chilton. Jessica L. 285 

Chisholm. Timothy W 253 

Chitwood. Mary B 158 

Choate, Stephen A 298 

Chosun Cats 171 

Choumard, Linda Lee 310 

Chowdhury Raj. Dr 183 

Chowning, Larry 240 

Christie. Ann R 253 

Chnstman. Joyce E 253 

Chnstofield, Diane 310 

Chnstopher. Laura S 298 

Chnstopher, Randall 253 

Chrzczon, Gregory L. 162. 237 

Chumbelev, Sandra S 163 

Circle K 172 

Cissell. Lisa A 242. 285 

Cissna. Gene Fredenck 310 

Clare, Anita J 203 

Clark. Annie M 185.211.253 

Clark, Bnan S 224, 285 

Clark. Cathi B 310 

Clark, Connie R 157, 159, 164. 253 

Clark, Danette Mane 298 

Clark. Deidre L 154, 155, 183, 285 

Clark. Diana G 211 

Clark, Earl L Jr 253 

Clark, Franklin L 285 

Clark, lames C 285 

Clark, Joseph A. 166. 186 

Clark, Kathryn A 167. 251 

Clark, Lee A 310 

Clark. Lon A 170, 285 

Clark, Mark A 298 

Clark. Melody A 310 

Clark. Oneda L 298 

Clark, Randall T 310 

Clark, Rebecca 183, 298 

Clark, Ricki M 183 

Clark, Sara Maie-Lau 310 

Clark, Stuart T 298 

Clark, William J 253 

Clarkson, Myra E 243, 285 

Clawson. Sandra R. 186, 253 

Clay Charles D 298 

Clayton. Katherine J 157, 158. 253 

Clayton, Michael R. 253 

Clavwell. Lynn A. 253 

Clem. James 157, 167, 253 



C.e: 






, 253 



Clements. Joseph L 160, 253 
Clements. Melanie 310 
Clements. Todd M 173 



Llet 



i 157 



Clemons. Anna N. 253 
Clendenen, Richard D. 285 
Clifford. Joseph P 298 
Clifton. Pamela G 169, 298 
Clifton. Robyn L. 169. 174. 253 
Chne. Diane L 253 
Cloud. Lisa M 201 
Cloyd, Karen L 310 
Cobb. Robin K 205, 298 
Cobb, Sally M 298 
Cocanougher, Melissa 298 
Cochran. Gelia G 310 
Cochran. Karen L 285 
Codnngton. Simon P 76 
Coffey, Tamara S 165, 285 
Coffey, Willis G 310 
Coffman, Steven M 285 
Cole Debra L 298 
Cole, Denise 208 

Cole. Katnna L 162. 172. 185. 253 
Cole, Lacinda J 253 
Cole. Robert L. II 230, 253 
Cole. Wilma J 253 
Coleman. Dennis 310 



Cole 



n Id. 



285 



Coleman, Kan L 211 
Coleman. Levita 231 
Coleman. Lor A 298 



Colei 



.Mel 



> 3 if 



Coleman. Russell B 230 
Coleman, Timothy R 33 
Collett. Tammy Lee 310 
Collier. Tammy R 298 
Collins, John T II 253 



Collir 



i IN" 



Collins. Phyllis J 162. 164. 201 



Collins. Radeana L 253 

Colston. Deanna 310 

Colvin. Nicole Sue 310 

Colwell. Russell D 253 

Combron, Elizabeth H 285 

Combs. Anita E 285 

Combs. Anthony 165 

Combs, Carol Sue 310 

Combs. Cathenne I 298 

Combs. Charles 126 

Combs, Cheryl Ann 285 

Combs, David E 242. 298 

Combs, David 298 

Combs. David V 285 

Combs. Deborah A 205 

Combs. Donald G Jr 105, 173, 285 

Combs, Eve 120 

Combs. Jennifer A 253 

Combs. Keith 154 

Combs, Paul S 298 

Combs. Rhonda F 253. 310 

Combs, Tammie J 285 

Comfort. Lisa M 179 

Compher, Robert R 285 

Compton. Vicki 189 

Conatser, Jeffrey K 285 

Conder, Deanna G 298 

Conehus. Kevin 253 

Congleton, Ricky 114. 115 

Conley, Lisa R 215. 298 

Conley. Patty Bailey 176. 285 

Conn, Charles C 298 

Conn. Paula J 310 

Connelly. Michael K 196.240 

Conner. Lisa M 310 

Conner. Robin M 199, 298 

Conroy. Bnan C. 104. 105, 173 

Conway Martha S , Dr 159 

Conway, Mary J 182 

Cook. Denebola R 298 

Cook, Harry Russel 310 

Cook, James W 310 

Cook. Jonathan B 310 

Cook, Selena C 164. 211, 229 

Cooke, Mary N 253 

Cooksev, Melissa 311 

Coomer, Regina E. 176. 298 

Coop. Julie Ann 311 

Cooper. Alice M 157. 180. 253 

Cooper, Dennis Wyatt 311 

Cooper. Noel S 285 

Copas. Ann Mane 311 

Copley, Cohen E 285 

Copley, Jess 169 

Coppock. Barry Dean 227. 298 

Corder. Peggy Diane 311 

Cornelius. Kevin R 224 

Cornell, Shen E 163 

Cornetet, Debra K 285 

Comett, Carol A 254 

Comett, David I 172. 228. 254 

Comett. Diana R 177 

Cornfield. Lon M 178,185.254 

Corwin, Melanie S 254.321 

Cosby. Patnaa L 298 

Cosby, Sylvia L 198 

Costanzo. John W 285 

Costello, Kevin S 196 

Costello. Pat 157 

Cottingham, Debbie L 311 

Cottle. Tina 90. 93. 94 

Cottongin. Jamie Lea 311 

Couch. Gregory Wayne 179. 311 

Couchot. |ohn T 285 

Coulter. Eddie 169 

Coulter. Melinda L 198. 254 

Courtney. Bradley A 254 

Courtney, Timothy 181 

Courtwnght, Carole 285 

Cousins, Paulette A 120 

Covey. Debra A 254 

Cowan, Clarissa 285 

Cowden. Annette D 311 

Cowhig, Timothy R. 196. 186. 187, 218, 285 

Cox, Amy L 206, 311 

Cox, Barry C 77, 82 

Cox, John T. 240, 254 

Cox, Keith M 230 

Cox, Kimberlv A 177 

Cox. Larry A 254 

Cox LeeChrstine 311 

Cox. Mark A 227 

Cox, Michael L 238 

Cox. Natalie Sue 311 

Cox. Robin L 162, 165, 285 

Cox, RondaM 231,311 

Cox. Shan Lynn 311 

Cox, Sharon R 178,285 

Cox, Steven Craig 311 

Cox. Tem J 161, 285 

Coy Merlynne U 285 

Coyle, Luticia A 298 

Cozette. Pamela Rene 171. 311 

Crabtree, Annis M 158 

Crabtree, Jennifer F 298 

Crabtree, Kimberly J 285 

Cradler, Lisa A 285 

Craft. Dwight C 298 

Craft, Jacqueline L 298 

Craft, John D 230. 254 

Craft Thomas O 216 

Craig. Dana L 182.254 

Craig. Jeffrey L 311 

Craig, Kimberly C 182, 298 

Craig. Viv.an L 285 

Craig, Wanda A 162, 165, 254 

Craven, Chnstme E 298 

Craven. Julia M 158.181.254 

Cravens. Eddie B 160, 254 

Cravens. Margie C 298 

Crawford, Alice F 285 

Crawford. Dennis 311 

Crawford, Elizabeth 311 

Crawford. Stephen D 216 

Crawford, Teresa A 285 

Cralwey. Timothy B 254 

Creamer, Glynn 157 

Creamer. Larry L 298 

Creech, Gregory D 216 

Creech, Teresa 298 



Crenshaw. Chnstme 171, 311 

Crenshaw, June L 171. 285 

Crider, Amy 5 165, 285 

Cnder, Andrea K 183, 192, 193. 254 

Cnder, Beth L. 285 

Cnswell. Anna M 298 

Cnswell, Sharon I 167, 254 

Crockett, Diana M 254 

Crockett, Jeanette D 27 

Crompton. Victona A 311 

Croslin, Joseph A 254 

Cross, Derek A 154. 254 

Cross. Eulene K 178. 285 

Crouch. Jahnna L 298 

Croucher, Vonda L 167 254 

Crow, Robert D 254 

Crowe, Shonna J 254 

Crowley. Robert G 254 

Cruev. Thomas M 254 

Crum, Rose M 298 

Crumble, Tanya S 254 

Crumble, Tom 285 

Crumbie. Tyron 311 

Crump, Dale A 254 

Crump, David A 285 

Crump, leffrev L 228 

Crump. Kimberly | 285 

Crutcher, Damon L 285 

Cubbage. Lisa B 178. 285 

Cullen, Laura J 232. 285 

Cullen. Margaret Gwyn 211, 311 

Culross, Jack L 163 

Culross, Jack D 130 

Culver. Belinda K 299 

Cummings, David E 218 

Cummins. Elizabeth 38. 158, 169. 186. 

Cummins, Elizabeth 311 

Cummins. Mary L 178 

Cummins. Tina B 254 

Cundiff, Michael Y 242 

Cundiff. Tamara A 229 

Cunningham. Julie H 206 

Cupp, Linda G 254 

Cunngton, Latonya M. 197. 199, 285 

Curry, John P 180 

Curtis. Robert 311 

Curtis. Rodney M 285 

Curtis. TaraS K 285 

Curtsinger, Janice M 311 

Curtsinger. Patncia 311 

Cuthbert, Florence C 103 

Czor. Lee J 311 



-D- 



*Downtown 
*Dorm Life 



Dabnev Thomasina E 40, 185. 294 

Daffron, Tracy Ann 285 

Dahl, Apnl G 162. 285 

Dale, Carla B 157, 254 

Dale, David M 254 

Dale, Jannita D 285 

Daley, Dawn M 299 

Dalton. leffrev D 254 

Dalton, JohnT 254 

Dalton. Regina 311 

Dalton, Tracy L 285 

Damron, Tammy Lynn 311 

Dance Theatre 173 

Daniel, David A 286 

Daniel. Teresa D 254 

Daniela. Mark 154 

Daniels, Dennis 181 

Danieb. Jeffrey 5 286 

Daniels. Robert S 86 

Daniels Winnifer A 311 

Dant, Mary K 311 

Danzinger' Melissa J 311 

Darst, Kathleen M 286 

Darst, Paul A. 311 

Daugherty. Anne 96. 97 

Daugherty. Ellen C 157, 254 

Daugherty, Emmie L 299 

Daugherty. Kenneth B 311 

Daugherty. Kimberly 299 

Daugherty, Marlene 286 

Daugherty. Skip. PhD 18 

Daugherty. Susan K 255 

Daulton. Teresa L 165, 255 

Dauzenberg. Beth L 201, 255 

Davenport, Andna 311 

Davenport. Mark E 299 

Davenport. Rhonda J 286 

Davenport, Susan M 299 

Davidson. Anna J 174, 255 

Davidson, Anthony A 162. 165. 180. 218. 255 

Davidson. Donna R 255 

Davidson, Nancy L 167. 286 

Davidson, Tracy J 215. 286 

Davis. Delinda 311 

Davis, Delphia 286 

Davis. James W 255 

Davis. Jeffrey W 255 

Davis, Joanna 173 

Davis, Kelly L 299 

Davis, Kerry S 286 

Davis, Kimberly 311 

Davis. Linda L 103, 299 

Davis. Lynne C 180, 199. 255 

Davis, Stephen L 255 

Davis. Teresa 165. 286 

Davis. Willie K 255 

Davison. Kathy J 229, 299 

Dawkins, Michael C 216 

Dawson, Linda 98 

Dawson, Penney L 286 

Day. David 171 

Day, Debra 311 

Day, Deidre J 211 

Day, Fred E Jr 196, 224 

Day, Jacqueline L 255 

Day, Joan W 286 

Deacon, Samuel M 156. 175, 255 



Deanng, Douglas R 311 
Deatherage, Debra L 255 
Deatherage. Jerry H 311 
Deaton. Lucian N . J 299 
Debell. Anne R 255 
Debrah. H.Ida F 311 
Decamillis. John A 85. 86. 89 
Deck. John M Jr 186, 228 
Deckel. Nancy T 255 
Decker. Andrea L 286 
Decker, Jeffery F 255 
Decker, Jill A 102, 103 
Dedman, Lynn Michelle 311 
Dedman. Michael W 299 
Dee, Dhv.na L McClellan 299 
DeGeorge. Shem L 311 
Degrella. Chuck C 242 
Dehart. Linda M 255 
Deitz, Dennis D 224. 28b 
Dehus. Guy F 171, 286 
Deller. Dan R 164. 197. 255 
Delta Omicron 155 
Delta Sigma Rho 155 
Delta Sigma Theta |99 
Delta Tau Alpha 156 
Delta Zeta 2Q6 
Dempsev Cindy [ 311 
Dempsey Steven P 168 
Deneen, Renee A 255 
Denham. Gayle B 255 
Denham. Jill L 299 
Dennev, Anita E 206 
Denney, Cheryl R 255 
Denney, Edwin L 218 
Denney, Gayle A 206 
Dennev. Susan C 311 
Denny. Sandra E 212, 299 
Dereymer. Denise L 215, 299 
Dernovshek, Joyce A 157.286 
Derossett. Kimberly 255 
Deroziere, Robert A 224, 299 
Derr. Melissa A 162, 242. 299 
Devlin, ludson F 196. 216. 217 
Devlin, Siobhan A 97 
Devroomen. Charlotte 181. 286 
Deweese, Dennis A 156, 166, 28i 



. Melv 



286 



Dewey. Donald lt>8 28f> 
Dewey. Janine C 311 
Deyoung. John B 299 

?ven C 105 
)ick. Annette M 286 
Jick, Rebecca S 286 
,, Bnan D 255 



.iter Ml 



ckerson. John T 286 

ckson. BetnnaE 255 

ckson, Mary F 299 

etsch. Tammv R 235, 299 

mm, Elizabeth T 255 

mond, Theresa L 206, 207, 255 



. Trac 



ZOfi 



i. Deborah M 98 

Andrew J 167 

. Debbie G 255 

irrell R 299 
Dixon. Claire L 286 
Dixon, David H 86 
Dixon, Gregory L 255 
DUon, Robin D 311 
Doan. Anita D 286 
Doan. Karyn G 182 

Dobblmg, Kimberly L. 21, 181, 210. 211, 255 
Dobson, Chyr! A 169, 182, 299 
Dobson, Loutica A 182 
Dodge. Bnan R 240 



Dot 



299 



Doiack. Rebecca L 286 
Doll. Denise M 120 
Dollar Dede 154. 166. 255 
Domanico. Stephanie 160. 171. 299 
Dooley. Mary R 185. 286 
Doran, Deborah S 211. 286 
Dorgan, Barbara J 299 
Dorsey Jerome W 299 
Dosch. Leigh A. 171. 205. 231. 299 
Dorson, Randy G 157, 255 
Dotson. Ransom E 299 
Dotson.Tamera L 211.286 
Dougherty, Kelly A 299 
Douglas, judv A 286 
Douglas. Marverta M 164, 255 
Douglas. Michele 311 
Dowdy. Linda R 120 
Downey. Cheryl L 311 
Downey. Claude J 286 
Downey, Raven L 211.232 
Downey. William M 299 
Downing Patnaa J 286 
Downs Kelly D 299 
Downs. Paul A 299 
Doyle, Kimberley A 255 
Doyle, Timothy Wayne 311 
DPMA 172 
Dragoo, Joann 311 
Dreier, Nancy L 206, 286 
Dressman. Monica D 286 
Drewes, Rhonda M 311 
Duecker. Mark S 171 
Duff, Angela 286 
Duff, Thomas L 246 
Duffy, Stephen J 101. 177 
Duggan. Debra G 286 
Duggan. William (Bill) 255 
Duignan, Timothy A. 110. Ill 
Dunaway, Bridget L 155. 256 
Dunaway, J. Mark 228 
Dunaway. Jerrv L 311 
Duncan. Alicia K 286 
Duncan, Ann T 214, 215, 286 
Duncan. Frazann K 286 
Duncan Lisa L. 255 



Dun, 



. Lori L 



:^ 



Duncan, Mary K 171, 286 
Duncan, Michael L. 175. 256 
Duncan. Robert R. 196, 224, 28( 
Duncan, Sandra G 299 
Duncil. Calvin W 286 



Dunham Tracy M 106. 107 
Dunl.jp. Bonnie S 208. 238, 256 
Dunn, Ameaha F 185 

■■-.n 299 
Dunn Curtis L 196 220 286 
Dunn Deborah R 41, 201 
Dunn, Jodi E 205 
Dunn, Linda L 266 
Dunn. Linn Ann 299 
Dunnington. Mischa K 256 
Dunnington. Stepham 256 
Dupont. Rebecca I 182 256 
Durbin Robbm H 25ft 
Durbin Timothy A 256 
Durham Lela Anne 311 
Durham. Man Hoskins 25p 
Durrell. Linda I 166 
Dursl Lon M 20? 
Durstock, Tern- L 299 
Duvall. Diajie L 299 
Dye. Mar, C 256 
Dye, Vicki L 286 
Dvehouse. Lisa K 299 
Dyer. Cara N \b'-> 172 286 
Over. Jodee L 178 299 
Dvke Shen Lvnn 311 



-E- 



*EKU 
*Eurythmics 

EClub 173 

Eads Laura I 299 

Easley. Melinda G 163 

Easterling Rev Dav 164 

Eashn Charles E II 2*9 

Eckerle John W 256 

Eckert. Linda E. 201 

Eckert Thomas K 227 

Eddib Ah A 256 

Edljn. Patncia L 201 

Edmonds Pam 120 

Edu Martin O 187 256 

Edwards. Bill L 256 

Edwards Brenda J 25ft 

Edwards lackie H 286 

Edwards Monty W 311 

Edwards Stacy k 299 

Egbers Dame! W 286 

Egbers. Donna A 299 

Egedi, Dania M 157 167 169.311 

Egerton Charles F 286 

Eghan Cynthia L 183 286 321 

Eilerman Marci A 154 

Eischell. Kim 201 

Eisner. Scott A 230 

Elam Lea A 256 

Elam M.cheal 223 

Elam. Pamela k 299 

Elbakhoush. Ibrahim 28ft 

Elder. Deanna K 28b 

Elder, Diane 299 

Elder. Margaret M 182. 256 

Elkins Sean L 193 

Elliott. Amv 157.299 



EK;, 



I -r. 



e 311 



182 



Elliott. Cina L 286 

Elliott Mitti k 29Q 

Elliott William D 311 

Ellis, Angee L 299 

Ellis, Mar.' H 185 209 

Olis, William F 169. 286 

Ellison. Holly A 256 

Elmore. Gwendolyn 311 

Elrod. Christopher D 25ft 

Elswick Clayton C 114 

Elswick. Dom 

Elswick Doug 286 

Emanuel, William R 227 

Embree. Evelyn 311 

Embrey. Keelev ! 256 

Embry. Aubrey L Jr 311 

Emerson, David L 256 

Emmons Greg S 235 

Engle Fred, Dr 24, 162 

Engle Steve 114. 115 

Enlow Frank 299 321 

Ensoc Laura I 205. 238. 256 

Enzie. Russell Dr 150 

Enzweiler. Ben A 179 

Erdman, Rick. Coach 101. 103 

Ernspiker Bernard I 240 

Ernst, lohn P 240 

Ernst, Michael | 162, 190. 224. 225, 256 

Erschell. Kim L 231. 286 

Eschliman Mark E 105 

Estep Pamela K 168 256 

Estepp Tracy L 299 

Estes Bobby | 25ft 



Estes Taren R 214 215 

Evans. Daniel R 256 

Evans, Karen L 90, 94. 140. 164, 256 

Evans, Kerry W 299 

Evans Kimerlv D 256 

Evans. Lisa K 256 

Evans Lonme J 311 

Evans. Michelr 211 

Evans. Shawn T 182, 238 

Everett Billie I 311 

Everman. David G 311 

Ewers Lvnda ) 184 

Ewv. Sarah R 98 

Evckmans Monica ) 256 



-F- 



Tinals 
^Flashdance 



324 Index 



Fakhs. Charlie 311 

Fannin, Cheryl L 157 256 

Farler, Robin Craig 286 

Farley, Kimberlv A 176 

Farmer, Darren L 312 

Farmer. Karen A 205 

Farmer. Pamela K 286 

Farrar Linda C 256 

Farrar. Scott A 300 

Fams, Gregory W 186, 286 

Farthing, Cheryl R 300 

Faughn. Uura L 312 

Faulconer. Kimberlv 312 

Faulkner. Diane I 286 

Faulkner. Ricky L 220 

Faulkner, Robert D 286 

Faust. Louis D 300 

Faust. Richard C 312 

Fawbush. Kevin S 196, 237. 286 

Fawcett Lisa L 171 211 

Feagan Roberta C 286 

Feagins. Wanda G 198 

Fee. Gina H 256 

Feger Diane C 166. 286 

Feisrnrzer. Shern 300 

Fekete, Susan L 300 

Feldhaus Allen L Jr 86 89. 286 

Feltner. Donald 127 

Feltner. Edward S 312 

Feltner. Marry L 286 

Feltner. Monica R 157, 159, 164, 257 

Feltner. Paul R 257 

Fennell, Barbara | 102. 103 134 257 

Fentress, Timothy L 257 

Ferdelman. Julie M 203 

Ferguson lohn 8ft 

Ferguson Kimberlv A 312 

Fetters. Leslie W 312 

Ferry. |oy 300 

Fetzer. Robin A 162. 257 

Fiedler Sonva R 238, 312 

Field. Susan L 257 

Fielder, Gregory K 237 28ft 

Fields. Jake 242 

Fields. Kelh M 300 

Fields, Leanne 193 

Figlestahler Ellen 286 

Fike Pamela Gail 312 

Fil.ckv, lacqueline 257 

Filyaw. Roxanne M 300 

Finance Club 1"4 



. Tho; 



s| 257 



Finnev Kelly S 110 
Fischer. Bonn. | 201 
Fischer, Susan M 212 
Fishback. Kevin 186. 227. 312, 321 
Fisher. Joseph M 312 
Fisher, Robin L 286 
Fisher, Susan 242 
Fister. Kimberlv A 287 
Fitch, Candice A 287 
Fitch Christina K 312 
Fitzgerald Carol 312 
Fitzgerald, lennifer 257 
Fitzgerald, Kevin L 228 
Fitzgerald. Regma G 300 
Fitzpatnck Steve I 181 
F.veash Shenlyn V 108, 257 
Flanery, Lon A 300 
Flanery, Sherry A 182 287 
Flannerv Ronald ) 287 
Flart Lisa M 205. 257 
r Tonja Kave 312 



Flei 



i 312 



?312 



Fiener. Tai 
Fleser. Ryan C 257 
Flessinger lackie 312 
Fletcher, David W 158, 169, 300 
Fletcher, Teresa L 300 
Floer, Pamela I 106, 300 
Flood. Martha J 312 
Florence. Amy L 287 
Florv Joseph 177 
Flowers Margaret 312 
Floyd. Alisal 206, 287 
Floyd, Ella Mane 300 
Floyd, Rachel M 212 300 
Floyd, Tracye L lei 164 257 
Flynn. Melodv A 157, 257 
Flynn, Monna L 257 
Foister Elizabeth A 312 
Foley, Melame 143 
Foley, Michael A 287 
Fonda. Naomi K 171 257 
Fonville, Nancv K 184 
Food and Nutrition Club 174 
Forbes, Jill A 136.257 
Forbush, Brett B 114, 116 
Ford Anita F 257 
Ford, Scott E 190, 240. 287 
Ford. Trev B 28" 
Foreman. C David 312 
Foreman, Melodye L 287 
Forhecz, Robin M 97 
Forquer. Jenme A 25" 
Forlener Michael P 300 
Foster. Portia W 257 
Fothergill, Brent A 238. 239 
Foushee Connie J 257 
Fouts. Karen F 214 215 
Fox. Brenda Kave 312 
Fox Charles I 257 
Fox, Gary E 242 
Fox. Jim 147 154 
Fox. Lisa E 181. 257 
Fox, Philipp B 167, 287 
Fox. Susan V 210.211, 257 
Foy. Keenan T 257 
Foy, Tamara J 257 
F.able. Guy V 105 
David B 230 

i. Beverly 177. 181. 257 

i. Kathi Lea 312 

i. Monica L 229. 312 

i. Pernell 312 

Bam E 300 

Franklin. Melodee A 300 

nklin. Nancy L 300 



Elizabeth Dr 183 
Donna M 186, 257 
r, Bradlev R 287 
r Patnoa A 300 
r. Shade III 230. 257 
redenck. Jennifer 287 
redenck. Joanie L 257 
Lisa C 201. 300 
tan, Jesse D 287 
nan. Karne L 18ft. 257 



Cilhland, Pamela J 287 
Cilhs, Leslie C 154,287 
Cilman. Kent 258 
Cilmore, Jack B 183.258 



ke, in- 



ii: 



, Kimberlev A 312 
rench. Becky J 257 
rench Club 175 
rench. Rodney W 168 311 
rench. Ron C 287 
rnch, Sandra L 257 
?y. Lisa A 199. 257 
:edlander. Ronald 237 
:es Catheime M 312 
itz, Charles A 300 
jhn, Gary E 164 
imwiller, Scott A !14 
ast, LisaG 183, 192.287 
ruth. Brad W 258 
ith, Bnan S 172. 258 
th, Tracye W 164. 258 
berger, Jamie L 235 28" 
e, Lisa A 171.205. 300 
man. Cvnthia J 227 287 
man Mark T 196.232 
mire, Elizabeth C 208. 25 
cher, Kathenne A. 258 
ler, Sonva H 300 
more. Mark K 258 
tz Colleen E 287 



G- 



*Greeks 
'Garfield 



Cabbard Allison 300 
Gabbard, Lisa 312 
Cabbard Manjill 287 
Gabbard Ramona B 165. 258 
Gabbard Rebecca Joy 258 
Gabehart. George B J 192. 193 
Gadd. Kendall R 177, 300 
Gadd, Sheryllyn 287 
Gadrow. Barbara A 186. 300 
Gaines. Delta L 208 
Gale. David D 163 
Gale David. Dr 134 
Galliher. Rebecca 212 
Gallowav. Mark S 230 
Galloway Monica R 300 
Galloway, Scott T 287 
Galloway. Tamara L 170 
Cambrel. James F 287 
Gambrel. Richard V 300 
Gambrell. Shem D 258 
Gamma lola Sigma 156 
Gammon, Kathleen M 300 
Gamm. Krishna J 206. 312 
Gamm. Patncia A 287 
Cant, Keith H 222, 223 
Garcia Karen L 300 
Gardner, Amy L 164. 197. 201, ; 
Gardner Rebecca L 258 
Garland. Joy L 312 
Garland. Lon L 201. 312 
Garland, Richard D 157. 258 
Garner, Enc 171 312 
Garner, Gregory M 258 
Gamer Lisa Michele 312 
Garnett Penny L 312 
Gamett Robin K 158. 300 
Garrett. Jane E 258 
Garrett, Paula R 103. 120 
Garnson. Jill M 171. 312 
Gartman Teresa Man 312 
Gary. Glona L 182 
Gash. Gregory T 300 
Gatewood. Dav]d M 218 
Cath. Jennifer G 205 
Garwood. Lisa A 300 
Gavin. Mary E 97 
Caw Melinda S. 300 
Gaw Melissa A 201. 258 



Ca\ Lau 



>L 178 



Gegel. Lisa A 258 
Gentry, George E 220 
Gentry, Paula M 229 
Ceoghegan. Betty J 177. 258 
German Club I7e 
Cessesse Aklile 258 
Getman Charlotte L 312 
Getman. Kimberlv N 312 
Chanayem. David 112 
Giambattista, Scott 187 224 
Gibbs, BnanS 167.228.258 
Gibson. Charles D 132 
Gibson, Charles H 113 
Gibson, Janice 103. 120. 237. 300 
Gibson. |erry A 287 
Gibson. Kimberly A 312 
Cidlev. Terry Lee 166 
Ciebel, Kurt E 165 



; leknv Ma. 



! 312 



Gilbert Chervl L 242. 287 

Gilbert. Melissa A 287 

Gilbert, T 287 

Gilbert. Tamela G 185,300 

Cilbreath. John C 300 

Cilchnst. William B 132 

Gileath Amy 287 

Giles, John W 312 

Giles. Kathrvn A 287 

Giles. Vicky L 300 

C.lfillen. Carey S 258 

Gill. John A 147. 157. 242, 258 

Gillespie, Charlotte 98, 99, 287 

Gillespie. Kevin C 230. 258 



Cilrr 



12 



Gilrealh Amv S 155 

Gilreath Melissa 312 

Gilvin. Damn S 181 

Gimbattista. Scott 258 

Girdler Sherry A 312 

Girg Robin E 206. 300 

Cirten. Julie L 208 

Cisler, Dana L 33. 312 

Givens George P 300 

Glass. Karen E 287 

Glass Kathryn T 287 

Glass. Kevin Doyle 227 

Clatthaat Angela L 171 

Glauber. Susan Mane 312 

Clenkler. Dawn M 177, 287 

Gnepper, Uura A 171, 237, 300 

Goatlev. Paula A 197. 258 

Gockel, Nancy J 287 

Goderwis, Jeffrey 312 

Godfrey. James R. 287 

Godwin, Tern L 300 

Goff, Dana M 300 

Goins, Eleesa I 312 

Coins Henry Jr 156, 258, 312 

Goins, Philip 185, 312 

Golden, Phoebe J 312 

Goldey, Anna J 287 

Godd. Dorsev H Jr. 84. 86, 156. 287 

Goodall. Cheryl R 155 

Goode David S 300 

Goode, Hal B 300 

Goode. Joan R 287 

Goodin, Lisa C 90. 91. 92. 94. 258 

Goodin Mary S 178. 185. 287 

Goodin Patnck 238. 258 

Coodloe Renata 312 

Goodman. David B 228 

Goodman Kimberlee 312 

Goodman Mane E 312 

Goodman. Rhonda M. 201. 287 

Goodrow, Tonia M 312 

Goodwin Jeffery C 230. 312 

Goodwin, Loren C. 220. 221 

Goodwin Tammy L 287 

Gorrell, Jonna B 300 

Gorrell Susan R 287 

Gosser Cindy C 287 

Crabauskas. Lorraine 166 

Craber Mark C 287 

Craese, Karen B 287 

Graese Michael 312 

Graham. Glenn J. 150.258 

Graham Kalhv L 178, 28" 

Graham Marv B 287 

Graham. Ricky E 300 

Graham Shawna 300 

Craig. Yvonne 287 

Graman Keith B 258 

Grant. Candace E. 208 

Grant. Douglas W 162, 230, 258 

Grant. Michael D. 312 

Grant*. Laune L 206 

Grau, Chnstine312 

Grau, Jenifer A 214,215 

Craves Terence F 287 

Gray. Abbi L 287 

Grav, Bonnie. Dr 126 

Grav James H Jr 180. 259 

Cray, Jem 300 

Gray, Maxine A 312 

Grav, Melinda A 287 

Cray. Sally 312 

Cray. William E III 287 

Green. David T 86 

Green. Gladys R 300 

Green. Gwendolyn 162, 165. 287 

Green. Patnna A 312 

Green. Sharon 259 

Green. Willie E 238 

Greene. J Guthne 312 

Greene Janet C 169, 258 

Greene. John, Jc 312 

Greenfield. Richard 287 

Creenhill. Stephanie 258 

Greenlief, Vivian L 206, 207 

Greenly Dav;d. Dr 138 

Creenwell, Connie S 172 

Greenwell. Diana R 172, 287 

Greenwell. Don. Dr 157 

Creenwell, Jim D 300 

Greenwell Karen A 172 

Greenwell, Larry R 162, 166, 172. 159 

Greenwell. Linda G 287 

Creenwell, Melame 300 

Greenwell. Paul G. 156, 166, 175, 259 

Greer, Cathy L 312 

Greer, Marlene 287 

Greer Robin D 201. 312 

Greer, Susan M 300 

Gregg, Kelly L 300 

Gregg Wendv 1 312 

Cregorv Clanssa J 120 

Gregory Paula M 300 

Greves. Randy E 167, 259 

Gnder. Marv F 259 

Gnder. Sheila A 135 

Gnder. Sheila K 259 

Cnffin, Teresa A 259 

Cnffith. Harry W 259 

Cnffith, John G 106 

Gnffuh. Johnny W 287 

Gnffith, Ken 165 

Cnffith Susan K 165. 300 

Gnggs Tem M 168 

Cnmes. Bernard 222. 223 

Gnmes. Janet R 185 

Gnmes. Kelley A 312 

Gnmes, Ricky 300 

Gnsham. Michael J 259 

Gnswold, Jenny E 208, 259 

Gnrton Sheme T 300. 321 

Croeschen, Carl L. 230. 259 

Croeschen, Rob A 230 

Gross John D 196. 237, 287 

Cross, Rodney, Dr 126 



Grove, Steven K 312 
Cmber. Vicki L 203 
Cue. Lucreha S 287 
Guess. Martha | 259 
Guest, Cheryl K 287 
Guffey Sandra C 178. 287 
Cuinn, GeneS 259 
Gmnn. Marv D 287 
Cuizio. Tony 300 
Gullett, Tammy S 259 
Gunmgle. Scott D 224. 259 
Gunter, Beth 182 
Gustm. Michelle 5 178. 287 
Cuttndge Chnsrv L 158. 259 



-H- 

* Homecoming 
*Horney Corner 

Haake, Lon 169. 215. 287 
Hack Man A 185, 287 
Hack, Man K 170. 287 
Hackel Angela M 160 
Hackel lohn C 111 232 
Hacker John G 234. 235. 288 
:. Leigh A 313 



Ha* 



r Shei 



■ L 18 



Hacker. Virginia J 300 

Haddi. [enn.ferS 231.288 

Haddock. Allison M 206 

Haden. Karen H 120. 121 

Haeberhn, Thomas A 300 

Hafendorfer, Lisa K 300 

Haffl Jennifer J 180,313 

Hafling. Sondra F 313 

Hagan. Anita M 168 

Hagan David Alan 86 

Hagan Freda A 90. 94. 259 

Hagan. Joy L 208 

Hagan Teresa A 164.259 

Hagans Michelle R 313 

Hahn. David C 242. 300 

Hail, Robm R 313 

Ha.l Tana I 300 

Halbauer Chnstine 108 

Hale Deirdre L 301 

Hale Jacqueline 215 

Hale Kav A 288 

Hale Kimberlev S 215 

Halev, Lisa Ann 313 

Haley. Robert T 288 

Hall Claudia S 176.288 

Hall. Clint D 228 

Hall Henry M 259 320 

Hall Kerrv L 218 

Hali Michael R 283 

Hall. Mickev L 313 

Hall Scott R 288 

Hall. Steven D 238. 301 

Hall, Suzanne M 259 

Hall. Teresa 259 

Halhdav. Basil D 168, 187, 220, 221. 259 

Halsev, Steven C 240 

Hambv Victona L 162. 172. 301 

Hamilton. Dennis W. 288 

Hamilton. Jane E 178. 288 

Hamilton Laura R 182 

Hamilton. Phillip L. 157 

Hamilton Rusty R 313 

Hamilton, Shelia 301 

Hamlin, Jeffrey W 301 

Hamlin. Mama J 97 

Hamm. Tammv J 301 

Hammel, Lisa A 301 

Hammett. Wilbur J 186, 224. 288 

Hammond Darlena R 301 

Hammonds. David C 154. 259 

Hammons Michele 211. 301 

Hampton Melinda M 170 

Hampton. Robert S 259. 288 

Hampton, Susan L 203. 288 

Hancock. Donna J 259 

Hancock, Ellen F 158. 3G1 

Handv. Shavne D 288 

Haney. Manna L 90, 91, 92, 173. 288 

Hang Wedell R 313 

Hanks Dawn Renee 174. 288 

Hanlev. Patncia M 259 

Hanna. Chrsitopher M 174, 259 

Hannan. Mary T 157. 159. 259 

Hannev Danny 86 



Hansc 



148 



Hansen Gary E 218,301 
Hanson, Arthur L 86 
Hanson Denise M 301 
Hanson. Kenneth. Dr 136 
Hapeman Stephanie D 201 
Hardiman, Jennifer D 288 
Hardin. Georgia 313 
Hard.n Melissa M 215. 259 
Hardison, Horace L 246 
Hardoerfer Gary 114 
Hardv Eugenia L 301 
Hardv. Man E 301 
Hardy Sharon K 288 
Hargadon Jennifer M 313 
Hargadon, Kellv A 185. 301 
Hargan. Mia K313 
Hargrove Uura A 215.313 
Hargrove Linda K 215, 259 
Harlev. Rebecca J 313 
Harlow. Bradley R 288 
Harlow Debbie L 185. 259 
Harlow Kimberlv M 288 
Harlow Paula J 288 
Harmever Bnan L, 230 
Harmon. Kimberlv A 208 
Harmon, Phillip R 288 
Harmon, Tern J 185,203,288 
Harper Joe W 259 
Harper Kellv M 288 
Harper. Tommv 126 
Harpnng Nanette M 242. 301 
Hams Barbara J 208. 269 
Hams ConmeS 269 



Mr 



205 



Hams, Gregory C 301 
Hams, Gregory L 301 
Hams, Helen M 246 
Hams, Lana 301 
Hams, Sandy L 186. 288 
Hamson. Jesse M 232 
Hamson. Lisa A 157,288 
Hamson. Rebecca L 260 
Hamson, Ron Enc 313 
Harrop, Allison L 313 
Harrop, Lisa M 260 
Harsin Deborah R 288, 301 
Hart, Lisa K 180, 361 
Hart Timothy R 313 
Han. William R 162, 165. 231 
Hartien, Ray 301 
Hartlage Deborah A 301 
Hartlage. Jeff T 228 
Hartlage, Thomas E 288 
Hartley, Rita K 180, 301 
Hartline. Ron C 232. 233 



i 97 



Harvey. Fred L )r 80 

Harville Charles D 301 

Harville, Robert M 260 

Hasbrouck, Kirsten A 173, 288 

Hash. Carol Jane 288 

Hassfurder, Mary L. 162, 172, 160 

Hastings. Julia L 161, 162, 164, 176. 186, 187, 

260 
Hasty. Dana J 260 
Hatfield, Barry 301 
Hatfield, Charles W 260 
Hatfield, Chris 288 
Hatfield, Holly R 288 
Hatfield, Kathy J 313 
Hatfield Mary 5 301 
Hatfield, Michael C 288 
Hatfield, Tammy R 313 
Hatfield Teresa'205 
Hatoor, Renee ) 301 
Haubner, Arthur W 167 
Haughaboo. Tania M 288 
Hawk. Karen L. 185,313 
Hawker, Chris R 237 
Hawkins, Gary G 260 
Hawkins. Teresa D 260 
Hawkslev, Michael T 182, 260 
Hawthorn, Jane E 301 
Hav Carla D 301 
Hay, Jacqueline B 288 
Hay, William E 168, 288 
Hayden. Barbara A 242 
Havden, Marvin 301 
Haydon, Heather 143, 157, 260 
Havdon, Jennifer L 260 
Hayes, Connie L 313 
Haves. Debra J 165 
Haves, Elizabeth M 201 
Haves, Helen S 260 
Haves. Laura C 313 
Haves. Mary M 201, 301 
Haves. Michael B. 169, 260 
Haves. Misty J 313 
Havslert. Joseph H J 301 
Hazlett Claudia A 288 
Head. Cathy N. 158,301 
Head. Howard S Jr 260 
Head, Man.- C 301 
Head, Tern J 288 
Heady, Pamela K. 171.301 
Heaphv, Lawrence 288 
Heath. Kirsten J 288 
Hebert, Carla F 229 
Hebert, Don P 260 
Hedges, Susan C 288 
Heeger, Deana E. 211 
Heeger. Deborah G 186, 260 
Hefner, Dennis K 166 
Heil. Sandra D 190 



Hei 



-260 



Hein, Julie M 173,288 
Heinig, Marc Damian 313 
Helabi, All A 260 
Hellard, Ann H 260 
Hellmann. Jacqueline 301 
Hellmann, Jeffrey 313 
Hellmann, Michael J 260 
Helm, Cheryl K 313 
Helton, Jennifer R. 164, 169, 260 
Helton, Stephei 



Mr- 



, Rov A 313 



Hembree, Tnna R 231 313 
Hembree Vicki L. 260 
Hembree Wade R 156 

Hemlee, Hugh C 220 
Henderson, Andrew R 105 
Henderosn, Pamela S 229 



Hendnchs, Joi 



313 



Hendnckson, Peggy S 313 
Hendnckson, Robin B 260 
Hendm. Melissa A 313 
Hendnx. Stewart D 301 
Hennessey, Alicia M 232 
Hendnckson. Lynn M 33 
Henrv, Beckv J 301 
Henry, James B 164, 183 
Henry, Natalie G 313 
Hensel, Mary M 186 
Henslev, Brenda L 260 
Henslev. Dale 260 
Henslev, David S 81 
Henslev. Fonda A 313 
Henslev, Kelly A. 288 
Henslev, Kimberly 157. 260, 313 
Hensley, Marry 154, 158, 159 
Henslev, Marvin 260 
Henson. Dean M 301 
Henson, John D 260 
Henson, Laura L 201, 231, 260 
Henthorn, Charles M 224 
Herald, Estill W 288 
Herbert, George, Dr 177 
Herbig, Kim S 301 
Herkamp, David C 288 
Hernandez, Jose L 157. 180, 260 
Hernandez, Steven P 216 
Herrell. Wilham R 230 



Hernng, Sheila A 155 

Hernngton, Elaine 260 

Herslev. David 318 

Herzog, Robert L 216, 217 

Herzog. Stephen E 216, 217 

Hess, Deborah L 170. 288 

Hesselbrock, Pam J 165 

Hesson, Stephen N 238, 301 

Hettinger. Jane F 171 

Hettinger, Shen K 313 

Hetzer, William J 261 

Heupel, Robert M 261 

Hibbs, Darrell C 301 

Hibner. Walter A 261 

Hickev. Rickev L 261 

Hickman Dianne E 243.288 

Hicks, Amy K 181, 313 

Hicks, Barn 1 S 313 

Hicks- Melissa E 288 

Hicks, Sharon C 161 

Hicks. Sheila 288 

Hicks, Shem 261 

Hiers, Laura Grace 313 

Higdon, Charles B 234, 235 

Higgins laneC 301 

H.ggins. Kan Ann 313 

Higgins. LisaC 301 

Higgins. Robbin C 161, 261 

Higgins. Sherry I 313 

Highfill, Sharon R 261 

Highland Margaret R 211 

Hightower, Joanna L 177. 185 

Hill, Cindv L 182.288 

Hill. Daniel R 288 

Hill, David Jr 223 

Hill, Elizabeth A 313 

Hill. Irene 261 

Hill, Isaiah 37. 223 

Hill, Mark T 301 

Hill. Melanie D 201 

Hill. Paislev A 313 

Hill, Phillip Jr 84. 85. 86, 87, 223. \ 

Hill, T 313 

Hill, Woodv L 185 

Hillebrand, Amy L 261 

Hillench, Theresa L 261 

Hinchman, Chen A 261 

Hines, Bern' C 301 

Hines, Keith I 223 

Hinkle. Karla K 180. 313 

Hmton, Greg G 183 

Hinton, Lucy A. 288 

Hinze. Howard W 288 



Howard. Barbara A 313 
Howard, JaneC 215,261 
Howard, Joy 301 
Howard, Keith M 261 



His 



, Rebec 



. J 281 



Hnagland Kathleen A t>9 20? 2RK 

Hoagland. Robert W I 33 

Hobbs. Tracy L 313 

Hocker, Devon 182 

Hockey, Jennifer A 178, 261 

Hodapp, William R 301 

Hodge. DaleL 180. 313 

Hodge, Jay A 100, 101 

Hodge, Mark A 261 

Hodgin, Robert E 313 

Hoekzema, Andrew W 196. 226, 227, 261 

Hoff, Martha D 261 

Hoffman, Amy B 215,232 

Hoffman, Jay 313 

Hoffman, Manlyn ) 205. 288 

Hofmann, Karen L, 105, 173 

Hogarth, LaurelS 313 

Hogrefe. Ana L. 106. 107. 173, 238, 288 

Hoke, Elaine K. 159, 174, 211, 232, 261 

Holbrook, Came L 203 

Holbrook, Geraldine 261 

Holbrook, Sandra D 242, 301 

Holbrook, Vicky L. 170, 205, 261 

Holbrook, Wanda K 313 

Holcomb. David E 186. 288 

Holcomb. Lisa M 301 

Holdawav. Adam D 216 

Holland, 'jr David 313 

Holland, Mattie K 261 

Hollars, Rebecca L 288 

Hollidav. James E 288 

Hollinger. Rhonda R 301 

Hollis, Julia L 261 

Hollowav. Sherlonda 261 

Holmes, Hal 160 

Holmes. Mark J 165. 288 

Holstein, Mark 113 

Holt, Laura B. 288 

Holt, Lisa C 261 

Holt, Nancy R 15 

Holway. Terence H 190, 261 

Homines, Jane E 161 

Honchell, Sheree M 288 

Honchell, Teresa L 155 

Hood, Lisa A. 301 

Hood. Tina M 313 

Hooten, Chnstopher 313 

Hopewell, Teresa M 185 

Hopkins, Michael W 261 

Hopkins, Ronald L 238 

Hopper Lester H 261 

Horn, Duane K 218, 301 

Horn. James 288 

Horn, Kathy A 261 

Horn. Sharon L 288 

Horn, Stephanie D 261 

Horn, Tammv K 301 

Hornack. Nadine M 201, 288 

Hornback, Joan M 301 

Home, Betty A 313 

Horner, Allan W 196. 218, 301 

Homey, Jolene 301 

Horticulture Club 175 

Hortin. Estill 288 

Horton, David J 261 

Hoskins. Connie D 261 

Hoskins, Jennifer L 206, 261 

Hoskins, Sherry K 261 

Hoskins, Timothy W 288 

Houck, Mary J 313 

Houk, Frances H 313 

House. KimberlyJ 261 

Houston. Catherine M 206 

Houston, Peggy A. 288 

Houze. Gayle M 41, 201, 301 



H..u 



, Keni 



Howard, Lee J 181 
Howard. Leigh A 261 
Howard, Nancy L 197, 215 
Howard, Scott 216 
Howe, Shem L 301 
Howell. Allison P 301 
Howell, Dana Elisa 313 
Howell. Jacqueline S 262 
Howell, James Allen 313 
Howell, Kent D 196. 217, 232. 262 
Howell, Rhene A 216 
Howser, Deborah Man 212 
Hranicky. Catherine 289 
HRSOK 176 
Hubbard, Donna F 262 
Hubbard. Ronald K 289 
Hubbard Tina J 262 
Huber Kathy I 237.262 
Huckemoller. Ann 289 
Hudd, Margaret 313 
Huddleston. Wesley V 289 
Hudson, Carla E 313 
Hudson. Glen W 301 
Hudson. Greg 223 
Hueber. Teresa N. 301 
Huemmer, Jefferv A 238 
Huesmg, Steven R 289 
Huff, Beverly A 262 
Huff. Michele 169, 301 
Huff, Ruby L 162, 169. 262 
Hughes, Amy R 211 
Hughes. Ann 262 
Hughes, Kimberly K 313 
Hughes, Melanie A 208. 289 
Hughes. Robert H 313 
Hulett. Mack Gordon 313 
Hulett, Teresa A 162, 289 
Hulsev, Teresa K 168.289 
Hultz, Bnan J 262 
Humble Tamara L 301 



Hn 



Humes. Gordon R J 313 
Hundley. Mark B 155 
Hunkenmoeller, Gregor 162. 262 
Hunsinger, Bonnie A 169 
Hunt, Gregory M 262 
:. Lartha Angela 313 



Hu 



i M 191 



Hunter lames L 301 
Hunter. Mitchell P 314 
Hurley, Scott M 289 
Huss, Max B 155 
Hutchinson. Tracey L 212 
Hutson, Agnes H 289 
Hutson. Cathenne I 262 
Hutton, Cathem A 289 
Hutzel. Barbara J 174 
Hyde, Lon A 227, 301 
Hvman, Lisa K 170 
Hvndman, Bnan E 174.26; 



-I- 

independents 
*Intramurals 



i, David H 168 
kero. Jerry 126 

ne. Jacqueline L 289 
ngle, Joseph T 236. 237. 289 
ngram, Dianne K. 289 
ngram. Enc M 81 

n. Sandra E 289 
i, James L 289 
nsko. Donna B 180 
n. Vincent E 223 
ng, Sally A 203 
rwin, Kelly J 170.289 
SA 167 

:, Belinda K 182, 289 
:, Deborah E 185, 289 
rs, Jennifer M 157. 160,262 
3, Robin A 235, 289 
3. Rov A 262 
an. James A 262 
I, Regina 162, 289 
, Valerie A 301 
,1. Sharon L. 165, 289 
;, Andy T 301 
i, Diana L, 201.269 
ves, Julie E 157. 159, 262 
Karen E 166. 262 



^1^ 



*Journey 
*Jordache 

aber. Mary L 229 
ackson. Cynthia J 262 
ackson. David B 230 
ackson, David B 289 
ackson, Diana L 174 
ackson. Donna A. 175 
ackson. Elisa M 215,289 
ackson, Gary W 167 
ackson, James W 262 
ackson. Jennifer 169, 314 
ackson, Juan R 302 
ackson, Karen 314 

n, Lisa M 262 
ackson, Sally A 242. 302 
acob. Tern J 314 

, Clair E. 180.302 
acobs leffrey E. 240 



Kais 



P4 



nes, Anthony T 83 

ne*. Ernest 314 

nes, Marcv A 182, 302 

nes. Mark T 314 

nes, Mary J 262 

nes, Raylene262 

Tett, Nancy R. 242, 302 

vis, Jamie R 159, 166,212 

;per. Debra E 215 
asper, Nedra M 185, 262 
fferson, Karla A 189 
fiery. Dennis B 262 
hn. Julia C 162 
nkins, Karen M 262 
nkins. Lon A 199, 289, 321 
nnings, Gregory C 238 
nnings. James H 165, 246 
nnings, John K. 242. 302 
nnings, Lenise D 302 
nnings Mabel 165 
nnings. Scott D 167. 262 
nnings, Winfred 262 
rrett, Nancy 206 
sse, Michael J 181 
tt, Deborah A 178, 302 
menez. Deborah L 168 
nks, Virginia N 173 
hns. Ronald C 262 
hnson. Andrea L 120 
ohnson. Anita 71 

an, Anthony B 220 
an, Barbara L 289 
an, Bevelrv 314 



ohm 



,,218 



an, Carla 314 
an. Charles E 230 
ohnson. Charles J 262 
ohnson, Cheet 302 

an, Connie G 262 
an, David H 289 
an. Deborah A 120 
an, DonnT 186 
an, Edward 180. 302 
ohnson, Gerald 314 
ohnson. Gerald 179 
ohnson. James J 302 
an, James L. 302 
>n, Janet G 160. 162, 172,289 
an. Jeffrey E 262 
an. Jill S 263 
ohnson, Jodi E. 302 
ohnson. Joe 289 
hnson. Laura J 289 
hnson. Leslie L 169 
hnson, Linda 289 
hnson, Lisa F 314 
hnson, Marilyn 102 
hnson, Michael H 228 
■hnson, Michael S 230 
ohnson. Minam 314 

an. Rebecca Susan 314 
ohnson. Richard H 263 
nson. Ronald 172 
nson. Sharon Lee 205. 263 
nson, Shen L 216 
nson, Steven W. 160. 196. 220. 263 
nson. Tem L 181. 208, 263 
nson. Terry J 302 
nson, Twilla Diane 314 
nson, Virginia L 302 
nston, Sharon K 289 
nston, Thomas E. 165. 289 
oles, Robert B 232 

Anthony O 223 
Bathsheba A 198, 263 
Beth Ann 174, 314 
ones, Bobbie K 290 

Charlene A 199 
Cynthia 179, 206. 207, 290 
David L 154 
Donald E Jr 216 
Dwavne 263 
ones. Garnet M 263 

Jennifers 201,302 
iones, Kathy L 263 

Kevin D 144, 230, 302 
Kimberly J 314 
Urisha A 174, 263 
Marcella K. 212 
Micheal J 263 
Paul R 166 
PolaJ 302 
Regina L 215 
Rosa Mary 314 
Samuel W II 227 
Sharon K. 180. 205 
Teresa C 263 
Tem L 120, 179, 263 



Joan R 302 
ordan. Marv I 314 
iseph, Barney H 114 
seph, Elvm J 263 
idge, Rebecca A 178. 290 
udgg. Micheal 166 
!, Noella M 290 
■, Paul A 314 
■ Tammie S 263 



-K- 

*Kegs 

*Knot's Landing 

Kabitsch, Michael J. 314 
Kaehn. Chnstopher 240 
Kaelin, Judy L 302 
Kaffenbarger. Sherry 183, 302 
Kahle, Kara A 182, 302 
Kahle, Kimbra L 263 
Kahuna. Fred G 302 
Kam, Robert | 166 



Kalmchak. Stephen G 302 
Kamber, Donna M 114 
Kammerer. Debra A 165. 263 
Kaplan, Randy F 263 
Kappa Alpha 218 
Kappa Alpha Psi 220 
Kappa Alpha TheLa 208 

kj| T j Delta . ! 

Kappa Delta P. 157 

Kappa Delta Tau 178 

Kappa Mu Epailon 157 

Kappa Tau Alpha 158 

Kappes Carl J 164 

Kardwilz Katie 158 

Karem. Louis K 314 

Karsner, Dorothy M 314 

Kartsher, Tem L. 206, 242, 290 

Katter, Karen L 178, 263 

Kaup, Jennifer L 290 

Kauscher, David H 162 

Kavanaugh, Vonda G 314 

Kawa. AlexC 290 

Kays, Patrick D 218 

Kearns, Amv C 302 

Kearns, Sandy I 205, 232 

Keating. Rebecca S 182 

Keefe. Suxanne Mane 106 

Keene Hall Council 179 

Kegerreis, Carla A 203, 302 

Kehl, Linda M 229.290 

Keith, David W 302 

Keith. Joltn. 126 

Keith. Rose L 314 

Kellev, Blame D 180. 263 

Kelley. Karen E 314 

Kelly, limmy 220 

Kelly. Khnsla L 264 

Kelly, Lori 231 

Kelly, Sherry J 264 

Kelly. Timothv W 302 

Kelsch, Cvnthia A 314 

Kelsey. Cindy L 232. 290 

Kemper. John B 238,239 

Kemper, Marsha A 314 

Kempf. Shane A 184. 264 

Kennedy. John W C 177 

Kent, Jennifers 215 

Kerbaugh, Richard S 154, 290 

Kern. Linda M 135. 206 

Kemck, Deborah L 238, 314 

Kersting, ludith A 182, 264 

Kesterson. Calvin L 242 

Kettennng, Ellen F 185. 302 

Kettennng. Kelley A 185. 264 

Kettennng, Lela L 185, 314 

Key. Rickey L 264 

Key. Tem E. 314 

Keyser. Daniel W 264 

Kidd. Kathy L 41 

Kidd. Keith 114 

Kidd. Kimberly R. 190. 191. 205 

Kidd. Melissa A 290 

Kidd, Roy, Head Coach 75 

Kidwell. Carla M 264 

Kidwell. Dana R 154, 158. 302 

Kidwell, Lesa K 180 

Kiehl. Caroline R 201,302 

Kiehl. Jane 201. 314 

Kilgallin, Angela G 178, 290 

Killian. Joy E 185, 314 

Kim, Sung H 177 

Kimbrough, Beth 211, 232, 264 

Kincer, Stephen C 290 

Kincheloe, Cynthia H 302 

Kinder. Damn 101 

King. Bonnie J 314 

King, Diana L 314 

King. Lvnn M 237. 290 

King, Mary 21 

King, Mark A 232 

King, Melanie A. 181. 290 

King Melissa A 185, 302 

King. Ronald L 101, 118 

King. Sharvl M 264 

King, Steven T 302 

King, Tem 290 

King, Vikki L 179 

Kingsland. Angela C 200. 201 

Kingslev. Clav B 264 

Kinkle. Lee A 169. 302 

Kintnan, Chnstopher 238, 290 

Kmnev. Hope E 290 

Kinney, Joan R 302 

Kmzer, Margo L 290 

Kiper, Shirley 169 

Kirby, Ann M 166 

Kircher Beth A 264 

Kirk. George S 101 

Kirk. Joey S 218 

Kirkby, Todd D 302 

Kirkland. Budd D 314 

Kirkpatnck, Kenneth 175. 264 

Kirsch. Michael P 105 

Kisker, Brad B 230 

Kist. Gregory A. 156, 166 

Kist, Jennifer M 205 

Kistner. Tamara L. 290 

Kitchen. Jane A 208. 264 

Kitchen. Thomas S 290 

Kittila. S.dnev M 302 

Klaren, Jane M. 302 

Klart. Cheryl L 157, 159, 164, 264 

Kleffman Todd A 183 

Klein. Mary G 170.290 

Kleme. Keith D 181 

Kline. Denise M 302 

Klinger. Lisa G 158.202,203 

Kloeker, Angela L 290 

Klotzback. Wilfred J 242 

Knauer Kimberly D 314 

Knauer. Sandra S 302 

Knauer. Shan L 174, 264 

Knezevich. Docia M 212. 238 

Knight. John R 228 

Knighton. Dana M 218 

Knisley, Bradley E. 240 

Knislev. Brenda S 179.264 

Knox. Wilma J 290 

Knuckles. David W 171 

Index 325 



Knuckles Michelle I 314 

Koehlef Br:.:. 3 9 

gela M 18: 
. \ 302 
Koopman |enmfer M 314 
Koos, karen 264 
Koos. Thomas A 264 
Korowttz, Kathleen P 182 3i 
Korfhage, Karol A 171, 264 
Kosco Ona Lisa 302 
Kozlowski Ann M Z01 '14 

M ae I 183 238 
Kramer Margaret S 206 
kramp Robert L [69 290 
Kreitz EncB 230. 231. 264 



► reir 



■. Mai 



kr.eger. lames E 232 
Kroih. Diane L 264 
Kruer Beverlv S 171 
Kryer. Joe 314 
Kuehn, Linda E 264 
Kuethe. Kelly M 20S. 302 
kuhl Lewis D 190 1^1 224 
Kuhl. Rose M 164 2t>4 
Kuhn. Edward L 290 
Kuhn, Karen K 302 
Kuhn Karl F Jr 302 
Kuhn Mmberh A 159 
Kuhn Stacie A 205 
Kulp Cjt-Ij M 302 
kunke: leltrev M 264 
kuracka Deborah 206 290 
kw.ecinsk! khn R 1" 
kvle Angela ^ 302 



-L- 

*Lionel Ritchie 
*Levi's 

Lacefield Clinton I 314 

Ladenburger. Heidi L 290 

Laduke Denise M 314 

Laiollette Sharlene 290 

Laiollette Todd C 22" 

Lake Lisa 69 264 

Lake William C 302 

Lakes. Beverlv 290 

Lakes Manhn L 154 24t* 

Lally Kenneth S 23* 

Urn Vmh Phuong 302 

Lamar lames E 19S 

Lamb Karen S 302 

Umba Chi Alpha 242 

Lamba Sigma 158 

Lambere Donna S 158 302 

Umbers Lisa M 314 

Lambert. Lesa C P 270 

Lamborn, Melissa I 154 1st- 264 

Lanasa. Michelle A 302 

Lanasa Mike 314 

Lancaster. Donna K 290 

Lancaster Sandra S 264 

Land, Dap.! B 3!4 

Land. David 218 

Land. Steven E 186. 218 

Land, Tina 212 314 

Undrum L.nda P 185 290 

Lane Barbara I 103 

Lane Nancv | 290 

Lan^f nbrunch Theodor Dr 17s 

Langfels Stephanie 314 

Langlev Gillian M 231 

Langworthv Den^e 1 40 190 191 

Lapp.n Cheryl A 201. 302 

Larance. Thomas S 302 

Lark Frank B 302 

Latham. Barbara I 172. 302 

Lalhrem Pamela M 17S 290 

Uughner. Lon A 211 

Lawhorn. Pamcia 314 



Law. 



sC 31. 



, D 169 



314 



Lawson. Loretta M 165 20o 207 264 

Lawson. Vickie D 178 264 

Lawson Will.am S 344 

Lav Richard L 175 

Lavmon Mike D 314 

Lavtart Rita R 314 

Uvton. Denise F 264 

Lavton |ohn C 218 264 

Lavton. Lesley 314 

Leach. Allan R 264 

Leacke Vaughn 264 

League Laura R 290 

Lear, Gavle 173 2t>5 

Lear. Luanda K 165, 178, 265 

Least Michael | 265 

Leaver Angela M 154 166 

Lecompte, Ralph P 302 

Lee. Christy R 169 290 

Lee. Crystal R 290 

Lee. Diana C 290 

Lee. Dwayne 216 

Lee. Emery S 223 

Lee. Gregory 314 

Lee Jennifer L 290 

Lee. Melody D 290 

Lee, Pamela L 265 

Lee. Paula A 265 

Lee Wanda, L 302 

Leedy. Carol A 314 

Leedv Mary I 181 265 

Leenerts kirslen A 290 

Leeson. Andrej S 164 265 

Leet. Kevin M 265 

Leteber. Betsv L 302 

Leteber Melissa R 265 

Leffler Lanlvnn L 158 181. 265, 321 

Leforge, |ohn 216 

Lehman Melame A 290 

Leis, Marc L 164 



Leist Michele E 302 

Lemaster. Laura L 203. 265, 314 

Lemaster. Leia L 202. 203 

Lemos. Soma 177 302 

Lemaster. Jeflrv C 175. 290 

Lentim Man G 41 It>9 205. 230 231 2' 

Leopold, VmceC 157 

Leppo Paula A 2t>5 

Leshon. Craig A 169.302 

Leslie Allvson M 184. 314 

Leslie. Mark A 290 

Lester Paul K 314 

Letner. Gen L 302 

Lewis Brenda G 165 198. 206. 242 265 



Lew 



.. Carmen 314 
., Deborah L 290 
„ Donna L 290 
. Jennifer E 183 265 
Michael D 314 



Lewis. Paul 83 






. Rhonda L 291 



Lewis, Stan' L 206 

L.bbee. Nancv I 265 

Lichtv Dan 104. 105, 160 

Lichtv. Denise L 204, 205 

Lienhardt. Man B 175 

Lite. Mark D 290 

Ltnderman. Ann C 201. 290 

Lmdsav Mar.- E 2o5 

Lindsev Teena L 265 

Linebach Charles D 164 184, 265 

Linebach |ulie A 211 302 

Lmehan Rebecca Lynn 314 

Linehardt Man Bet 314 

Linton Anthony | 314 

Linton [ames A 265 

Lipp. ludith D 265 

Lipps. Beth P 2t>5 

Lipscomb. Aubrey L | 21t> 



Livingood, Mark C 265 



:^' 



The: 



>« 



Lloyd Douglas E. 302 
Lockard. Anthony Scott 314 
Lockard Ruthie A 2s5 
Lockhart Ooren R 235 
Lockwood. William 232 
Logan, Karen S 265 
Logan. Ronnie II 2eo 
Logue Elizabeth Renee 314 
Logue Rhoda A 302 
Lohr lanet I 159 212 265 
Londeree Manlvn | 211 290 
Long Deborah k 2t>5 
Long. Elizabeth H 168.215.30 
Long. C Timothv 290 
Long. Janet M 290 
Long.lamce R 303 
Long John D 139 
Long. Melanie A 265 
Long. Perry A 303 
Long. Reg.na 1 290 
Long. Rob 86 
Long. Shem L 162. 290 
Longnaker Arthur L 166, 265 
Looker. Michael S 232 
Loop Bernetta A 265 
Loos. Dairy Ann 314 
Lose, Heidi L 315 
Losey. Douglas 114 
Lothndge Kevin L 158 2sc 
Louthan Bonnie I 290 
Love. Jerry G 181 
Love Margaret A 303 
Lovelace Harold E 216 



Lovett. lames C 80 

Lowe Donald I 154, 133. 192 193. 290 

Lowe, Mark F 154 166 

Lowhom, Rita C 2ft. 

Lozier. Carol A 211. 315 

Lucas. Becky I 144, 290 

Lucas, Debra L 154, 158. 266 

Lucas, Timothv W 179 290 

Luckett, David B 315 

Ludwick Dale H 216 

Lusby, Charles R 235 

Lutes Debra E 303 

Luttrell. loseph R 290 

Luttrell. Rena L 235 



: uti 



. Stevi 



.:> 



Lutz Gregory V 23" 315 
Lutz Randali L 303 
Luvisi, Angela C 303 
Lu»on. Elizabeth C 208 
Lvcan Ellen L 266 
Lycans. Diane Kathleen 212. 21 
Lynch, Amy [ 211. 290 
Lvnch Kathenne D 2t>o 
Lynch. Mark A 186 
Lynn. Karen L 303 
Lynne. Sommerfield 303 
Lyons, Cindy L 169. 171, 290 
Lyons, Donna W 165. 266 
Lytle, John E 23" 



-M- 

"Milestone 1984 
*Michael Jackson 



Macke. Melissa G 229 
Maeder. lulia A 290 
Maggard Belinda J 303 
Maggard, Charles J 232 
Magg.o Benedict PJ 172. 
Magibben. Gary 303 



Maier. Mike G 230 303 

Major. Lisa M 315 

Mallow. Richard L 232 

Malone Gretchen K 303 

Mammen Mammen Sakti 177 303 

Mandl. Scott C 186 187. 290 

Maness Belinda C 174. 266 

Mangum. Karen H 266 

Mann. Augusta 303 

Mann, David J 182 

Mann. Paula 303 

Manning. Brenda L 290 

Manning. Mary M 315 

Manor Kent L 237 

Mansour. Megan R 206. 315 

Marasa Deborah A 303 

Marcelletti. N 246 

March Kimberlv | 144 

Marcum. Anita L 154. 291 

Marcum. lefferv A 29] 

Marcum. loiedene 215 266 

Manonneau*. Ralph D 315 

Marks, Mary P 266 

Marlowe. Karen S. 160. 266 

Marlowe. Tim D 291 

Marsall.Gail M 303 

Marsh. Dawn F 139,-162. 164 1"5 2 

Marshall, Angela D 206. 30? 

Marshall. Edward R 106 

Marshall Felicia 1 266 

Marshall Karen E 2bt 

Marshall. Shana 315 

Marshel Evangeha S 90 

Marston. Mary B 315 

Martin. Angeia S 266 



Mai 



? R 26( 



Martin. Dawn E 266 

Martin Eddie D 182 

Martin Edward A 186. 291 

Martin. Gentry W 17b. 266 

Martin. Glenn D 186 

Martin |ana A 291 

Martin. Jenny 291 

Martin, John J 196,226,227.291 

Martin, John M 303 

Martin Judith A 315 

Martin, Judy W 206, 266 

Martin. Mary Margare 201 

Martin Paul' 230, 314 

Martin Randv E 218 

Martin Robert Dr 128 

Martin. Sally M 266 

Martin. Samuel L 242 

Martin. Sudie L 175 

Martin. Susan C 157 303 

Martin. Tammv Lucille 315 

Martin. Tern A 315 

Martin William H 167 

Martinez Mary 315 

Martini Barbara A 212 

Maschino. Larry E |r 291 

Masden. Franklin D 266 

Mason. Carolyn M 266 

Mason. Constance L 178 

Mason. Karen L 303 

Mason, Rayburn L 220 

Mason. Timothy R 303 

Massev. Susan E 168 

Masters John S 235, 266 

Masters, Traci A 303 

Mastin. Charles L II 230 315 

Mastin Rhonda 315 

MaTa 17* 

Mather. Cheryl D 303 

Matherlv Kimberlv A 291 

Matthews Karen A 205 303 



v,. 



\l is 



Mattinglv Bernard W 266 
Mattinglv. George D Jr 17! 
Mattinglv, Sheila C 266 
Maudlin, (annene B 266, 3 
Maudlin. Kenneth E 266 



Mai 



/irgii 



a 315 



Mauntel. Joseph P 75 
Maurer. Beth A 211, 231 
Ma.ev Janell M 315 
May, Came A 162, 291 
Mav Came M 291 
Mav. Jacqueline M 164, 203, 242 
May K.m R 218. 26t- 
Mav Lora K 229. 291 
Mav. William F 79. 223 
Mayhem.- Lisa K lft3 
Mavfield. lane W 201. 303 
Mavnard Dreama D 315 
Mavnard Manlev J 2ps 
Mazurek. Paul | 266 
McAfee Christ T 303 
McArtor. Wade A 183 
McAuliffe Anne M 182 267 
McAuliffe Mary B 158.303 
McCall. Donald Anthonv 31 5 
McCall, William P [1 186, 267 
McCann. Jack T 267 
McCarthy. Eileen A 315 
McCarty, Dorothy L 291 
McCarty Patncia C 315 
McCaulev. Alice L 98 
McChesney, Stacie L 201 
McClellan. Michael D 169 
McClellan. Robert I 218 
McClendon. Richard A 180. 267 
McClure Carol L 303 
McClure Tyna E 25. 178.267 
M^.-mbs Steven A 230.267 
McConkev Margaret E 208 
McConkev. Sarah E 207. 208 
McConnell. Nancv ) 207 
McCook, Robert 315 
McCool. Robert 171 
McCool. William D 238 
McCord. Angela L 154. 158. 183 
McCord Karen 315 
McCord. Mark W 218 
McCorkle. Mary E 315 
McCormack. Robert B 291 
McCormack. Rosa L 303 
McCormack. Suzzie J 303 
McCormack, Abigail 162 
McCormick Victoria 203 



McCoun Beth R 208 
McCowan. Renee A 267 
McCoy. Kenneth D 180 
McCoy. Shem L 303 
McCracken. George A 218. 291 
McCrystal, Sandra 315 
McCullough, Vandv M 303 
McDaniel, Douglas W 232 2f>~ 
McDamel. Lisa N 315 
McDaniel, Lisa R 303 
McDonald. Ruth E 267 
McDonald, Teresa A 243. 291 
McDonald, Tracey M 248, 291 
McDonogh Timothv F 267 
McDowell. Kellv 315 
McDowell. Shawn B 177. 267 
McDufiev, Annertia L 169, 170 
McFadden. lames B 267 
McFaddin Tracy A 165 
McFall |a 315 

McFarland. James R. 223 
McFerron, Mark T 267 
McGee. Mama L 267 
McGee, Melissa G 267 
McGeorge. Vira L 291 
McChee. Kathy L 186. 267 
McGiII, Mary R 187. 267 
McGonigle. Dale E 162, 291 
McGrady. Colleen A 208, 291 
McGrath Barbara L 157 
McGrath. Nancv E 291 
McGraw Carmela J 267 
McGraw. Sharon 315 
McGraw. Shawn 212 
McGuire, Penny S 315 
McHargue Thomas A 242, 303 
McHodgkms. Robert D 303 
Mcintosh George A 315 
Mcintosh, Henley R 291 
Mcintosh, Melanie A 105 
Mcintosh. Michael J 267 
Mcintosh. Teresa D. 267 
Mclntyre, Pamela M 235 
Mclver, Sharon J 166, 267 
McKanna, Shem L 291 
McKee. Angela G 206, 207, 291 
McKenzie. Michele 291 
McKinney, Jerry W 315 
McKinnev. Martin G 291 
McKinney. Todd C 227 
McKn.ght. Kelly J 157, 190. 191. 291 
McKmght. Lee A 315 
McKnight Matthew T 291 
McLean. John M 184 
McLean Karen J 267 
McManus. Lisa S 185, 206. 291 
McMillan. Diana L 178. 303 
McMullen. Sheilah M 169, 267 
McNabb Margaret G 208 
McNeal. Angela L 185. 315 
McNear, Charles M Jr 223 
McNear, Jack L 196. 220, 303 
McNew. Claude G 267 
McQuerrv. Elizabeth 90, 303 
McShane. Michael G 76, 79 
McWhorter, Charles F 315 
McWhorter. Marvin G 315 
McWilliams, Audie R 238 
McWilliams. Joe W 303 
Meade, Carta J 315 
Meade. Donna C 315 
Meade James M 177.267 
Meade Jennifer K 291 
Meade Kimberlv P 206 
Meade Tamela A 165, 267 
Meadors William E 303 
Meadows. Darryl W 315 
Meadows, Johnda L 2s7 
Meadows. Karen M 215, 267 
Meadows Karen S 315 
Meder, Monica A 315 
Medley, Kelli M 168. 173. 315 
Meece. Janell D 154 
Meece, Ron D 291 
Meek, leffrev L 267 
Meek Paula R 176.267 
Meeks, Bill C 218 
Meeks. William Coates 267 
Megibben, Robert G 303 
Mehok. Joseph T 267 
Meholovitch. Cindy L 303 
Meiman. Judy L 170 
Meisenheimer. Ben A 105, 168, 291 
Meisenheimel. John Dr 168 
Melville. Lorena A 267 
MENC 180 
Mercer. David W 105 
Merchant. Camille E 267 
Meredith Stephanie 291 
Mermann, |udy 267 
Memll Bessie A 268 
Mere, Karen A 315 
Mersch, Amy S 315 
Mersch Gretchen M 215 
Mesch Daryl P 180, 303 
Messmer Jodi Lynn 315 
Messmer. Kimberlv B 182 
Metcalt Billy W 168. 315 
Metcalfe Kellis 182.315 
Metz, Nannette J 171, 268 
Metzger, Margaret M 184, 291 
Meuth. Sabra L 173 
Mever. Lester E. 315 
Meyer Melissa J 315 
Meyer, Robin L 157. 166. 268 
Meyer. Timothy T 291 
Meyers Jennifer A 238 
Meyers. Marilyn M 315 
Michalek Elizabeth 186. 231. 268 
Mickle. Whitnev L 303 
Middendorf Laura A 315 



ddlei 



268 



dkiff. Gary Eugene 303 

Kelli D 291 
kel. Beverlv Powel 291 
kesell. Joe B 303 
kles Sherry L 174. 291 
Ibv. Carol J 315 
Iby. Steve P 315 
JoanieC 291 



Miles. John P 114,291 
Miles. Sheila D 205, 268 
Miller, Angela D 169.291 
Miller. Anthony E. 268 
Miller Beth 208 
Miller. Brooke 63 
Miller. Craig S 303 
Miller, Cvnthia J 268 



M 



Dana 63 



Miller. Deborah L 182, 268 
Miller, Deborah S 315 
Miller. Douglas P 315 
Miller. Eddie J 224.268 
Miller, Gary L 224. 268. 303 
Miller, Jacqueline F 268 
Miller, Jeffrey L 268. 291 
Miller Karen 291 
Miller, Kathenne L 169. 268 
Miller. Keith M 238 
Miller. Kent E 63 
Miller Kevin J 168. 291 
Miller Lisa L 303 



Mili.-r M.,i 



:u 



Miller. Mark T 291 
Miller Michael K 291 
Miller Michaels 268 
Miller Nancv 315 
Miller Patncia A 303 
Miller Paul S 196.235 
Miller Randv A 303 
Miller Rebecca S 212. 268 
Miller Tern J 303 
Miller Wayne L 315 
Mills. Charles A. 238.315 
Mills. Cynthia A 303 
Mills, Delia A 303 
Mills, Diana L 291 
Mills. Glenn T 186. 218. 303 
Mills Phyllis H 268 
Mills, Shen L 315 
Millstead. Lesa S. 184, 268 
Milne. Mary S 97 
Mims, Michael D 223 
Mmcke, Judith J 205 
Miner. Shelly T 303 
Mingus, Susan M 268 
Minks. Susan K 190.303 
M.ndoue Michele M 291 
Miracle, Lana J 268 
Miracle Robert W 268 



Miracle ^-u: 



291 



Mi 



.a David M 315 

hell, David E 230 

hell, Evelyn M 291 
chell. Gregory S 268 

:hell. James E 291 

hell Kimberlv G 176. 268 
chell. Marsha A 291 
, Mary A 268 
itchell, Mary J 291 
itchell. Paula J 315 

. Richard W. 165 
tchell. Susan M 158, 162 
lela R 315 
Moberlv. Todd D 159, 160. 164 
Mobley, Joan 291 
Mochal, Anthony 315 
Moebus HI Philip H 315 
Molden. Lisa J 238. 268 
Moles Bobby D II 291 
Monhollen, JerTy 315 
Monroe Barry J 291 
Montgomery. Kelly 174. 232 
Montross, Burton 315 
Moody. Leisha K 179. 268 
Moody. Wvart K 186. 268 
Moon Jennifer L 316 
Moore Carta A 246 
Moore. Cathenne J 208. 303 
Moore, Charlotte R 178,303 
Moore. Deana 268, 320 
Moore. Gregory A 316 
Moore. Kelly A 166 
Moore, Lisa 316 
Moore, Lisa L 316 
Moore, Melissa J 316 
Moore, Melva J 165.291 
Moore. Michelle R 316 
Moore, Neville L 216 
Moore. Peggy Mane 174, 201, 316 
Moore, Robert M 316 
Moran. lodie 252 



Mo: 



. Rodn 



■F 316 



Morehead, Susan A 185, 268 
Moreland, Kimberlv A 211. 268 
Moreland, Lisa C 291 
Morgan, Douglas C 216 
Morgan Harold K 218.291 
Morgan lames E 230. 268 
Morgan Kevin L 230 
Morgan Uune F 268 
Morgan, Mark W 316 
Morgan Mitzi L 291 
Morgan. Thomas W II 218. 303 
Morgan. William J 303 
Moms, Cynthia R 316 
Moms, Danita K 40. 227, 291 
Morns. Donna L 164, 178, 268 
Moms. Lee L 237 
Moms. Mary C 316 
Morns. Michael L 216, 268 
Moms, Pamela K 142, 157. 178, 269 
Morns, Sheila L 269 
Momson. Lydia V 303 
Momssey Michael P 114 
Momssev Patrick L 160 



V. 



on. Pa i 



Morton. Regina A 316 
Mortar Board 159 
Moscoe. Steven B 303 
Moselv. Lon A 291 
Moser, John F 218 
Moses. Paula A 316 
Moses. Tampthia 291 
Mosley, Amy I 291 
Moslev. Elizabeth A 291 
Mosley. Wanda C 231. 316 
Moulton. Stephen R 1 269 
Mounttoy, Shawn R 196, 216 
Mouser. Joseph 303 



326 Index 



Moyer. Leslie) 212 
Mudd. Rita A 316 
Mudd, Theresa A. 316 

Mueller. Andreas 101. 177 
Muirhead. Anne M 269 
Muller, Donna M 154, 269 
Mullett, Mary B 208 
Mullins, Christopher 269 
Mullins, Dana M 316 
Mullins, Pamelas. 316 
Mullins. Robert J. 228 
Mullins, Sheila D 158, 303 
Muncy, H Scott 228 
Murath, Jonathan C 164 
Murphey, Michelle 316 
Murphy, Am 



irphv 



1 182, : 



Murphy Colleen 316 
Murphy. Dianne Coach 90, 94 
Murphy Jeanne S 179. 269 
Murphv. Velina J 291 
Murray. Gregory R 269 



' 291 



t. Shei 



Murray. Wendell 223 
Music. Brenda K 182 
Muss. Chnstie L 269 
Mulerspaw, Richard L. 303 
Muth, David M 269 
Muthler, Paula E 269 
Mvers. Dwight L 303 
Mvers, Jeffrey M 269 
Myers, Joe 114 
Mvers. Kimberly A. 173 
Mvers. Scott C 316 
Myers, Thomas. Dr. 127 
Myers, Troy C 291 



-N- 



*Nutrasweet 
*Night hostesses 



\al 



i 304 



Nance. Jennifers 269 
Nantz, Pamela L 316 
Napier. Charles H. 316 
Napier. Mark N 316 
Naser, Ronald L. 269 
Nathanson. Marshall 160 
Neace, Man' M 304 
Neal. Becky J 205, 269 
Neal, Kelli I 173, 186. 304 
Neal, Michael C 269 
Neal, Pamela J 170.242.291 
Neal. Roderick Q. 220 
Neef, Sandra R 292 
Neeley, Carla S. 292 
Negley. Marsha E. 292 
Neleigh. Lynn N. 229. 292 
Netherton. Kurt B. 230, 292 
Neumann. Linda M 269 
Newberry, Jacqueline 2b9 
Newby, Leesa 191,205 
Newby, Mark J 304 
Newbv, Rhonda 269 
Neweil, Julie N, 269 
Newkirk. Sandra K. 169. 269 
Newman. Anthony S 292 
Newman, Diane M 316 
Newmann. Linda 186 
Newnam, Donna L. 304 
Newport. Kimbelry A. 292 
Newton. Debra A. 162. 269 
Newton, Lynette K. 269 
Nicelev. Daryl W 304 
Nicholas. Thomas P 218, 269 
Nichols, Elee 269 
Nicholson, Michael E 292 , 
Nickell, Debra J. 231,292 
Nie, Jo Ellen 238 
Nixon, Elizabeth L 208 
Nizan, Moshe 177, 316 
Noble, Trena L. 269 
Noe, Tye 292 
Noel. Calvin C 269 
Noel. Donya J 316 
Noel. Karen L. 269 
Nolan, Delia M 304 
Noland, Debbie S 292 
Nold. Michael W 171 
Noller, Kara R 211 
Nordberg, Maria 316 
Norfleet, Vicki L 269 
Norkus, Ed S 114, 304 
Norman. Pamela L 304 
Norns, Brent A. 171 
North, Rebecca Sue 316 
Northcutt. Scott M 155, 167, 18! 
Northcutt, Sonia M 269 
Noxsel. Daniel S 292 
Nugent, Michelle D 316 
Nurse. Bruce L 304 



-o- 

*Open house 
*01ympics 

Oakes. Ray 146 

Oaks. Hyman R Jr. 292 

O'Bannon, Arthur L. Jr 292 

O'Bannon, Eva M 316 

O'Benshain. Lisa 316 

O'Bnen, fames M. 316 

O'Broff, Kennetha E. 269 

O'Bryan, Michelle M 178,292,320.336 

Ochs, Peggy 182 

Ochs, Ray 182 

O'Daniel, Amy D 235, 304 



O'Damel. Brenda M 304 

O'Daniel, Katherine 316 

O'DongwodoIam. Rosemary 269 

Oeswein, Nancy A 162, 186, 187, 270 

Oetken, Jacqueline V 269 

Offutl. Jane M 212,227.270 

Ohara, Pamela J. 270 

Ohlmann. Annette M 126. 129. 157. 159, 164. 

186. 187, 270 
Olde. Karen E 157. 160, 171. 270 
Oldham, Marv Jo 316 
Oligee, Louis P 182, 316 
Oliver, Darrell C 196, 240 
Oliver. Julie A 316 
Olivia, Kevin 114 
Olrich. Jennifer A 182 
Oman. Ten L 98, 304 
Onan, Jackie 270 
Ooten. D]una R 304 
Order of Omega 159 
Ormes, Stephanie L 270 
Orourke, Edward H Jr 182 
Orourke, Timothy R 156. 227 
Orth. Steve A 242 
Ortiz, Angel C. 270 
Osborne, John L 240, 316 
Osborne, Michael T 270 
Osborne, Tracey Jane 201. 304 
Osbourn, Lon A 292 
Osbourne, Thomas R 270 
Oschwald, Dawn L. 169, 292 
Ostbye, Maryann 120 
Ostrander. Rebecca E. 157. 270 
Ostrem, A David 316 
Osvath, Karla D 206. 292 
Osvath, Kelly F. 206. 304 
Otter, Nancy W 212.270 
Ousley, Michael D 292 
Overberg, Chris J. 224 
Overstreet, Donna M 270 
Overton, Julie A 173, 176 
Owens. Brian 242 
Owens. Carol H 33 
Owens. James W 292 
Owens. Lisa A 316 
Owens. Ronald D 316 
Owens. Shelley K 316 
Owens. Tammy S. 270 
Owens, Timothy W 304 
Owslev. Paul D 223 
Oyler. Michelle L. 207.208 



, Moi 



; 316 



-p- 



*Pizzas 
'People 

Pace, Lisa D 162, 270 

Pack, Alan B 316 

Pack, Leslie D. 169, 292 

Packett, Leonard V 182, 270 

Padgett, Pamela M 316 

Padgett, Wynona S 215 

Pagel. Christopher Y 270 

Paige, Deborah R. 270 

Paige, Keith R 270 

Paige, Ronald E 316 

Paine, Russell M 304 

Painter Paula L 270 

Palechek, Jodi L 172, 211 

Palechek, Julie A. 211. 270 

Pallante. Beth A 304 

Palmer, Donna J. 292 

Palmer, Pamela S 304 

Palmer, Ramona L 270 

Pangallo, Foriunato 114. 173. 270 

Papineau. Anne M 205. 316 

Papineau, Kathryn A 215 

Paralegal Association 184 

Pans, Doug A 292 

Parish. Pamela H 304 

Park, Bobbie S 205 

Parke, David 169 

Parker, Earl L Jr 304 

Parker. Greg J. 75, 223 

Parker, Michael K 21b 

Parkey. Shan 270 

Parkhill, Kimberly M 185. 316 

Parks. John D 292 

Parks, Regina M 304 

Parks, Sharon K. 162, 167. 180. 270 

Parman, Lynn G 292 

Pan-. Brian G. 154, 166, 270 

Parr, Steve 159 

Parngan. Jennifer L 203. 270 

Parris. Antonio Lebr 85, 86, 88. 89 

Parnsh. Steven M. 156 

Parsons, Kimberly K. 211 

Parsons, Stevie R 304 

Parsons, Tina M, 304 

Partin, Cynthia Ann 316 

Passmore. David W 106 

Pate. Loretta L. 90, 93 

Patnck, Brent N 316 

Patnck. Sheila A. 178. 292 

Patrick. Stephen C 304 

Patten. Judy G 270 

Patterson. Jeffrey L 270 

Patterson. Juliann 270 

Patterson, Kimberly 178. 304 

Patterson, Suzann 292 

Patterson, Tammy K. 316 

Patton, James W 181. 292 

Paul. Michael R 246 

Pauley, David O 162. 292 

Payne, Greg S 316 

Payne, Jeanmne M 270 

Payne. John R 304 

Payne Kevin G. 240 

Payne, Phillip M. Jr 181. 218, 219, 270 

Payne. Teresa K 180 

Payton, Glenn W 292 

Payion, Jerry L 223 

Payton, TWylane E. 304 

Pazarentzos. Mana 103. 120 

Peabody, Bonnie S 270 



Peavy, Tammy J 271 
Peddicord, Doug 114 
Pedersen, Anders P 304 
Pedigo. Sherry A. 167. 271 
Peege, Steve E 230, 292 
Peel. Jennifer C 316 
Pence, Douglas A 271 
Pendleton. Charles R 175. 292 
Pendleton. Regina A 292 
Pendleton. Todd B 316 
Penick, Dinah E 271 
Pennington, Elesha L 304 
Pennington, Tammie J 304 
Peoples, Thomas H 171, 316 
Pequignot. Annette S 292 
Perkins. Darlene 169. 304 
Perkins, Dons E 166. 271 
Perkins, Douglas D 271 
Perkins. John A 304 
Perkins, Noel L 304 
Perkins, Rocky 316 
Perrero, Laura A 292 
Perry, Donald J 216, 217 
Perry, Gregory S 150 
Perry, Stephanie D. 208. 304 
Pesavento. Todd E 168.230 
Peter Brenda M 178, 304 
Pelers, Eileen M 304 
Peters, Lon A 185. 291 
Peterson. Amy C 170. 292 
Petra. Patsv T. 271 
Petne, Kimberly Ann 168. 316 
Petro, Stacey Woods 231 
Pettit. Dwayne J 166, 271 
Pettit. Gina L 292 
Pettit, Michael H 292 
Pettit, Robert D. 271 
Petty, Robin L 196, 227 
Petro, Stacie 316 
Peyton, Quinron C 179 
Pfeffer. Mary K 304 
Pfeiffer Margaret 97, 292 
Pharis, Charlie C. 171.316 
Pharis, Janice C 271 
Phelps. Billye J 180. 292 
Phelps. Charles D 271 
Phelps, D.J 180. 19b, 218 
Phelps, Elizabeth A. 271 
Phelps, Frances M. 182, 304 
Phelps. Joseph W Jr. 292 
Phelps, Tamara H 304 
Phi Alpha Theta 160 
Phi Beta Lamba 180 
Phi Beta Sigma 222 
Phi Delta 224 
Phi Epsilon Kappa 160 
Phi Kappa Phi 163 
Phi Kappa Tau 226 
Phi Mu212 

Phillips. Barbara K. 237,292 
Phillips, Bethany K 185.271 
Phillips. Elizabeth 205 
Phillips, James L 230 
Phillips. John K. 271 
Phillips, Monty B 304 
Phillips, Rhonda L. 316 
Phillips, Skip 196, 228 
Phillips. Susan E. 304 
Phillips. Tracy L. 174, 271 
Phippippi. Jeff 181 
Phipps, Jack W 304 
Phipps, Pamela J 238. 304 



Ph.., 



Pickard. Dai 



/ 238 



1 A 292 
A 166 



Picket 

Pigg, Steve E 150, 271 

Pike Theresa A 166, 292 

Pile, Kelly C 230 

Pinckley. Thomas G. 176, 271 

Pinkston. Charles D 271 

Pitman, Sandra G 271 

Pittman. Wilma L. 316 

Pitts. Aubrey R 223 

Pitts. Donald G 230 

Plank, Stephen R 271 

Pleiman. Connie S 179. 271 

Plowman, James R. 316 

Poff. Sandra L 304 

Pohlman, Sue E 158, 304 

Poindexter. Lawrence 166 

Pollard. Debra J 181.271 

Polvmo. Gen 98 

Ponder. Robert D. 168. 230 

Poniske. Amy ) 316 

Poore. Myra L 201 

Pope, Vickie 98 

Porter, John 304 

Porter, Scott 271 

Portman. Kathy M 186. 316 

Posson, Jon E. 292 

Potts. Michael W 304 

Powell, Beth 182 

Powell, Carolyn 132 

Powell. J.C., Pres. 35. 39, 124. 125 

Powell, James D 304 

Powell, Joseph F. 158, 162. 169. 292 

Powell, Kimberly A 271 

Powell. Pamela C 201 

Powell, Randall Q 235 

Powell, Teresa L. 97.292 

Powell. Tracy L 304 

Powell, Wendi K 205 

Poynter, Wilella 214. 215. 232, 271 

Prater. Charlese 304 

Prater, James W 304 

Prater, Michael D 181, 218. 304 

Prater Rhonda L 316 

Prater Tamyra A 165, 271 

Prather, Jeffrey S 227 

Pratt, Donna M 174. 271 

Pratt, Mark L 271 

Preece, Charlotte 27! 

Preece. Gary L 271 

Pressler, Matt C, 271 

Preston, Billye J 170.173.271 

Preston, Charles W. 304 

Preston, Gregory 292 



Preston, Michael H 216 

Preslon, Woodford E 271 

Prewitt, Ronald C 234, 235. 271 

Prewitt, Stacy L 215, 304 

Pnce. Dale A 238 

Pnce, Jennifer A 238, 316 

Price, Kenneth L 181 

Price, Lisa 316 

Pnce, Maggie L 160, 173, 292 

Pnce, Tim 176 

Pnce, William T 292 

Pridmore, Joseph E 271 

Pnest, Rhonda K 235 

Pnmm, John R 86, 87 

Pnndle. Donald B 228, 229 

Pnngle, Stanely E. 119 

Pnvitera, Scott M 31b 

Procaccino. Joseph P 230. 231 

Proctor. Cynthia L 292 

Proctor, Elizabeth A 304 

Proctor, Robert W 156, 224, 292 

Progress 192 

Prop. Lisa F 171.292 

PRSSA 181 

Pruitt, Diana J 215 

Pryor, Chnslopher W 304 

Pai Chi 161 

Puckett, Sherry L 169, 272 

Pulliam. Connie F 272 

Pulliam, Cynthia A 212. 316 

Pullum, Pamela R 292 

Purvis, Bnan E 224, 272 

Pyle. Angela K 205 

Pyles, Denise 182, 317 



-O- 

*Quizzes 
*Quiet Riot 

Quarles. Kelvin C 156, 187, 223 
Queen, Cathy L. 205, 272 
Quesenberry. Susan M 201 
Quiglev. [oseph T 272 
Quillen, Denise H 171, 208 
Quillen. Larry L 272 
Quinn. Kathy A. 272 
Quinn, Paul A 240 
Quisenberry. Jacquel 304 



-R- 



*Roaches 
*Ravine 

Racquetball Club 182 

Radcliffe, Janet C 317 
Rader, April E 304 
Rader, Edwin MR 304 
Rader, Jennifer D. 304 
Radm. Becky L 169. 304 
Radspinner, Karen A 292 
Raffignone. Apnl L 171. 176, 292 
Ragland, Nathaniel 292 
Raglin. Glenn E 114 
Raghn. Pamela ) 103 
Raharaykwee. Eddy 317 
Raike, Stephen M 172,272 
Railey. Michael L 171 
Ramey. James E. 105 
Rainwater. Grace 272 
Raleigh, David L 304 
Ralenkotter, Candace 155. 304 
Raley, Karen R 272 
Ramey, Chene L 206, 304 
Ramey, Karen L 317 
Ramey. Shan L 304 
Ramsey, Lisa M 304 

Randall. Robert WJ 186. 304 

Randies, Kathryn J 272 

Randolph, William M 240 

Raney. Rebecca J 272 

Rangers 161 

Rankin, Linda S. 237 

Ransdell, Lynda B 96. 97. 292 

Rapson, Kimberly A. 165. 272 

Ratchff. Karen S 272 

Ratcliffe, Alton T 292 

Ratliff, Janet C 292 

Rathff. Je/ferv D 304 

Rathff. Michael L 272 

Ratliff. Teresa L 229 

Rathff. Thomas W 292 

Ravenscraft, Pam K 173. 305 

Ray. Ann L 305 

Ray, Lisa R 162 

Ray, Mitzi G 305 

Ray. Robbin L 208, 305 

Rayburn, Myra L 305 

Raysch. Deidre 317 

Ream. Holly 207, 208, 232, 272 

Reame, Gwen 272 

Reardon, Tracy W 208 

Reasor, Kimberly A 292 

Rebalskv. Bruce M 228 

Rebholz, Steve 114, 117 

Rector, Chnstopher 233 

Redden. Tyrone C 220 

Reddick, William P. 105 

Reder. Suzanne R 169. 182. 272 

Redfield, Mary J. 317 

Rednour, Kimberly J 317 

Reeb. Rae M 162. 211. 272 

Reece, Pamela S 317 

Reed, Bernardme L 155, 175, 272 

Reed, Chad 317 

Reed, Dana M. 169, 292 

Reed, David A 305 

Reed, Micahel D 305 

Reed. Robin G 317 

Rees, Jane B 190, 205, 292 



Rees. Julie G 292 

Reese, Archie L 145.305 

Reese, Patricia Y 178, 292 

Reese. Scott A 305 

Relfeti, Donald E 169 

Reffett, Joey L 216, 272 

Regenauer, Bryan D 227 

Reinert. Nancy L 317 

Remington. Lisa A 272 

Remley. Tracy M 272 

Renn, Theresa A 170.272 

Reome, Cwenn K 18b 

Restrepo. Johnny 272 

Revan. Glen E 272 

Reynolds, Beth A 292 

Reynolds, Lee 272 

Reynolds. Lorra L 317 

Reynolds, Mary L F 317 

Reynolds, Patncta D 272 

Reynolds. Roy E 317 

Reynolds. Shem Ann 292 

Rhem, Steffanie K 305 

Rhoades. Mitzi G 212, 213 

Rhodes, Brenda R 305 

Rhodes, Karen L 293 

Rhodes, Pamela 154. 166. 293 

Rhodes, Virginia B. 293 

Rhude. Rachel I 272 

Rhule. Jennifer L 305 

Rhymer, Lynn P 246 

Rice, Diane R. 178.272 

Rice. Gwendolyn M 199 

Rice. Irvy Keith 293 

Rice, Lloyd F 246 

Rice, Robert D 272 

Rice, Stephanie R. 243 

Rich Cathenne M 201 

Rich, David R 238, 293 

Rich. Julie A 317 

Richardson, Jeffrey 230. 293 

Richardson. Karen E 272 

Richardson, Lisa R 180, 272 

Richardson, Lisa 317 

Richardson, Lynn S 272 

Richardson, Mark A 317 

Richert. Brent A 228. 293 

Richert, Rhonda L 159, 164, 167, 186, 197, 205, 

229. 272 
Ricks. Truett D 147 
Riddle. Teresa K 293 
Rider. Trina A 229, 273 
Ridgley, Carole S 293 
Ridgley. Cindra S 293 
Rieck, Gregory R 273 
Ridel. Laura J. 215,305 
Riedinger. Teresa M 305 
Riffee Mark L. 230. 273 
Riggs, Scott M 273 
Riley. Kevin J. 156. 166. 273 
Riley, Patnck E. 218. 219 
Risk, Charles R 177 
Risner. Stephanie E 164. 173. 293 
Risner, Steven 273 
Rison, William P 86. 293 
Rizenbergs. Susan G 169 
Roan, Sarah A. 215, 273 
Roark. Julie M 212, 305 
Roark. Keith A 317 
Roark Laura L 317 
Roark, Vickie D 317 
Robbins, Alan B 305 
Robbms. Mark 180. 237. 293 
Roberts, Carol L 210 
Roberts, Chnstine L 293 
Roberts, Deborah D 305 
Roberts. Dorothy S 293 
Roberts. George R 293 
Roberts. Margot M 293 
Roberts, Philip D. 273 
Robens. Reginald C 293 



Robi 



,, Rhoni 



:.m 



. :<o 



Roberts. Su: 
Roberts, Wanda S 305 
Robertson. Chris C 293 
Robertson. Susan L 273 
Robertson. W Scott 273 
Robinson, Carlene 293 
Robinson, Dewayne M 317 
Robinson. Donald 273 



Robinson, Ju, 
Robinson, K. 



-273 



Robinson, Laura J 208, 317 
Robinson, Leslie S 165 
Robinson, Lisa G 178. 198 
Robinson, Matthew D 305 
Robinson, Michael K 305 
Robinson, Pamela R 157, 273 
Robinson, Rob 196,230 
Robinson, Roland J 305 
Robinson, Sandra A 305 
Robinson, Tammy L 305 
Robison, Ramona D 273 
Roddy. Kimberly J 317 
Roesel. Linda S 201 
Rogers. Branson 181 
Rogers. Carolyn M 180, 305 
Rogers, Chnstie 154* 
Rogers, Davena L 317 
Rogers. Edwma J 184, 273 
Rogers, Elizabeth 171. 292 
Rogers, Elizabeth 305 
Rogers, Jeff S 317 
Rogers, Matthew W 101 
Rogers, Melissa M 273 
Rogers, Susan M 305 
Rogers, Wayne A. 177, 317 
Rogers, Wilma J 273 
Rogland, Frank 293 
Roland, Dolores A 273 
Rolf, Thomas E. 305 
Rollins, Kenneth W 240 
Rollins, Melissa K. 293 
Romard, Keith E. 179 
Romard. Kevin T 273 
Roper. Patncia A 317 
Rose, Bobby L 273 
Rose, Debra K 158, 305 
Rose, Leigh M 273 
Rose. Lisa A 211 

Index 327 



Rose, Starla R 293 
Rose. Susan C 293 
Ross. C.naS 158,305 
Ross, lames C 226 
Ross lanet R 305 
Ross, Malinda 5 205 

■■<■ M 273 
Rothackei Dana L. 205.293 
Rothacker. Nana J 293 
Rotunno. Michelle R 293 
Rousch, Jennifer | 178 
Route, William M 174 
Routzon, Samantha L 317 
Rowe Carol F 317 
Rowe. Karen S 173 
Rowe Penelope R 273 
Rowe, Rebecca F 317 
Rowe. Steven D 273 
Rowen Ol.ver E 223 
Rowland. Ginger L 305 
Rowlett. Charles L 273 
Rowleit. John. Dr 127 
Rowlett. Virginia A 206. 317 
Rowlette, Charles D 177 
Rowletie. Steven | 157 
Rozak. Linda S 20], 273 
Ruble. Martha A 305 
Rucknegel. Edwm I 293 
Rucknegel, Susan R 305 
Rudd. Elizabeth A 158. 162 
Rudd, luliaS 203 
Ruddell. Mark T 210, 273 
Rueff, Amy I 317 
Rullman. Lisa C 159. 169, 206 
Rumsey. Douglas S 317 
Rupe Arthur W 173. 216 
Rupert. Joy 108 
Ruschell, Marvbeth 271 
Rush. Robin R 211 
Rushford, Suzanne C 293. 321 
Russell. Apnl D 208 
Bridget M 



ill Irn 



;L 215 



Marv C 273 



ledge. Tracev E 273 
n An,ta L 231 317 
n. Michael A 216 



-s- 

*Spring break 
*Studying 

Salisbury, Regina L 293 

Salsman. Paula M 305 

Summons Teresa M 205, 293 

Sammons, Tracev L 305 

Sander, Jill M. 305 

Sanders. Garland c 237 

Sanders Jennifer E 273 

Sandlin, Charolette 273 

Sandlm. Dewana 246 

Sandman. Jeanne M 246 

Sanduskv. Marsha ] 293 

Sanford, Teresa K 21S 

Santos, Dexter C 86 

Sapp. Karen R 205, 305 

Sasser, Colleen 274 

Sasser, |anne K 178 

Satterly, Lon L 317 

Satterly, Ronda G 135. 178. 274 

Savage Margaret L 274 

5avage Micheal A 242 

Saver, Joseph M 2"4 

Savior, Diane S 274 

Savior. Elizabeth 17b 

Scalf, Denise 178, 305 

Scearce, Julie A 162. 274 

Schachnuk, Patricia 98, 99 

Schad. Charles M 179 

Schaeeman, Rick 293 

Schaefer, Sandv L 205. 305 

Schaffer. Susan E 170. 274 

Schalknuk. Patsv 2-4 

Schardein. Jovce A 274 

Schardein, Laura D 293 

Schamnghausen, Amy 178. 305 

Schaufuss, David L 101 

Schawann. Robert | 175 

Scheeler, Pamela K 305 

Scheeler. Wanda S 317 

Scheerschmidt. Fred 181. 293 

Schehr. Susan A 274 

Schellhaas, Edward R 274 

Schelling, (ill A 293 

Schennger, Cheryl 158 159 

Schickel. Martin D 26, 186, 187, 274 

Schlanser, Michael G 156, 166, 172. 293 

Schmaedecke. Sara M 238 

Schmidt, Donna E, 317 

Schmidt. Karen A 170, 274 

Schmidt. Lisa M 169. 317 

Schmitt, Gregory L 228 

Schneider. Theresa C 317 

Schnennger. Cheryl 175, 181, 197, 212, 274 

Schnier. Louis R Jr 216 

Schnitzler, Janet 317 

Schmtzler. Melmda 162, 165, 274 

Schnitzler. Patsy 25. 178. 293 

Schoonover. Sandy L 274 

Schraer. John D 305 

Schreiber, |ean A 208 

Schreiber. K.mberlv 178 

Schre.ner. Anne M 293 

Schnmpf, Pamela S 206 

Schroder. Donald T J 227 

Schroeder. Man B 238 

Schroeder. Monica L 238 

Schroenng, Mark E 317 

Schroerlucke. Demse 182. 274 

Schroeter. Laune B 159. 197. 208, 274 

Schuenng, Melissa A 185.231,274 

328 Index 



Schuenng, Stephanie 231 

Schuerman. Daniel K 218, 305 

Schuerman, Donna L 206, 293 

Schuler, Ralph J Jr. 305 

Schultz. Regina C 59 

Schulze, Kathleen R 155, 293 

Schweinhart. Dawn 317 

Schweinhart, Robin E 293 

Schweitzer. Scott 180 

Schwertman. lennifer 317 

Scott. Carolyn L 274 

Scott, Cliftina E 274 

Scott. Darryl M 171 

Scott, Debra J 159. 174, 201, 274 

Scott, Donald 223 

Scott, Emily E 212 

Scott, Gregory L 293 

Scott, Gwen 166, 274 

Scott, James M 189 

Scott, Leanne 161, 215, 293 

Scott, Ronald R 216 

Scott. Shannon L 274 

Scott, Shan D 293 

Scott, Teresa L. 305 

Scott, Vincent E 119 

Scott, William L 305 

Scurlock, Stacy L 155. 274 

Seaholm. Bobbv, Coach 110 

Seal, Latnshia R 305 

Seal, Sylvia Suzanne 317 

Seals Cathy Den.se 317 

Sealscott, Chen Lyn 317 

Searcv. Tammy M 305 

Seanng, Nancy E 169, 182, 274 

Sears, Cecilia L 185. 305 

Sears. Kim 211, 305 

Sears. Lisa G 305 

Seaton. Ellen V 317 

Sebastian, Beth 156. 166 

Sebastian, Charles D 240 

Sebastian, Grace E 274 

Sebastian, Hope E lt>2 165. 293 

Sebastian, Lisa 227, 305 

Sebastian, William 293 

Seewer, Daniel S 293 

Segedv. Matthew W 305 

Sehaibani. Ibrahim S 274 

Semler. Constance ) 164. 185, 274 

Sendelbach. Jennifer 237, 293 

Seng, Diane M 157, 274 

Sennett, Garry M 242 

Senters, Michael 181. 274 

Settle, Stephen M 228 

Settles. Joseph L 164 

Settles, Lvnn 157, 158, 177, 274 

Sevenn, Diann 1 317 

Severt, Beth A 197. 203 

Seward, Lora J 155, 274 

Sewell. Sheryl EB 274 

Sexton. Dale E 235, 274 

Sexton. Jacqueline E 27S 

Sexton. Richard D 216 

Sexton, Tena L 275 

Sexton. William. Dr 127 

Shackelford, Sandra 293 

Shaddan, Vickie L 167, 184, 186, 238, 275 

Shaffer. Paula A 201 

Shane. Richard | 218 

Shanklin, John S 228 

Shannon. Anthony D 305 

Shannon. Greg W 305 

Shannon, Virginia K 211, 317 

Shaw, Marv | 293 

Shaw, Tom K 305 

Shay. Victona A 305 

Shearer, Linda G 305 

Sheeks. David L 317 

5heeran, Susan C 275 

Sheets, Jerry P 33 

Sheets, Tom A 162, 177 

Sheffield, Bruce E 317 

Shelley. Patty 293 

Shelton. Donme I 275 

Shelton. Jennifer L 208 

Shelton, Margie 90, 93, 94 

Shelton, Ruth S 305 

Shelton. Shawn 317 

Shelton, Teresa K 275 

Shepherd, Edie K 293 

Shepherd, Michelle 305 

Shepherd. Paul 293 

Shepherd, Scott D 169 

Sherman, Linda L 305 

Sherrard. William M 180, 293 

Sherrod, Darryl T 317 

Shields, Clenn A 275 

Shima, Carol 173 

Shinkle, Peggy L 275 

Shinkle. Todd P 305 

Shirley, Donna W 293 

Shirley, Paula R 275 

Shively, Audrey E 174 

Shore, Melissa L 97, 164 

Short, Patricia K 275 

Shouse. Gregory A 171 

Shouse. Hallie 12b 

Shouse, Tommy H Jr 227 

Shover. Michael D 293 

Shrout. Ray L 238 

Shrout, Tracy L 317 

Shryock, Earl J 317 

Shuber, Timothy M 157 

Shuenng. Stephanie 275 

Shuford, Amelia A 198. 275 

Shupe. Jeffrey L 230 

Sibio. Mike 114. 115. 116 

Sidwell. Kim 175 

Siebert. Fred W 275 

Siegelman, Fred 275 

Siegler, Aaron K 169 

Sierra, Raul O 177. 186. 293 

Sievert. Terrance L 106. 107 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2 in 

Sigma Chi 232 

Sigma Delta Pi !M 

Sigma Nu 234 

Sigma Pi 236 

Sigma Tau Delta 162 

Sigma Tau Pi 162 

Sigmon. Jo Denise 317 



Silkev. Lisa M 201 

Simmerman, Kimberly 246 

Simmons. Cynthia G 293 

Simmons, Linda D 181, 212, 275 

Simmons, Mark E 190, 275 

Simmons, Pamela I 211.317 

Simmons, Terry L 78 

Simon. Brenda J 293 

Simon, Kenneth P 227 

Simon. Mary E 317 

Simpson, Don 154, 166, 275 

Simpson. Gregory F 317 

Simpson, James C 317 

Simpson, James K 101. 275 

Simpson, Pearl 33 

Simpson, Tonya D 181.275 

Singleton. D Roger 317 

Singleton, Phillip D 169 

Singleton, Steven P 223 

Sinnette, Kevin P 186. 228, 275 

Sipple, Connie S 276 

Sipple, John M 305 

Sipple, Thomas E 183, 276 

Sissel, Lee A 305 

Sites, leanne A. 215 

Sizemore, Billie C 246 

Sizemore. Jeff D 276 

Sizemore, Kevin D 293 

Sizemore, Mark J 165. 276 

Sizemore Marv S 317 

Sizemore, Melissa A 206. 218 

Sizemore, Mona R 293 

Skarbowski. Susan 317 

Skees, Susan C 159, 182, 276 

Skinner, Douglas R 293 

Skogstrom. Julia D 173. 238 

Skundnch. Lisa K 293 

Slagle, Rita G 293 

Slate, Kirk 293 

Slater, Annette 203 

Sleeth, Dianna L 181 

Sloan. LisaM 211. 317 

Slone. David M 293 

Slone, Gregory A 276 

Slone, |o Ellen 276 

Slone. Kathy A 276 

Slone, Mana K 305 

Slone, Sheha A. 317 

Slone. Tammy 317 

Slucher. Kenneth W 182 

SMA 183 

Smalley. Joseph T 171 

Smallev. Monica J 276 

Smaliwood, Kimberly 276 

Smith, Ada M 179, 276 

Smith. Alice M 162 

Smith, Andrea L 294 

Smith. Angela 27b 

Smith. Anthony G 306 

Smith. Bette S 166, 173 

Smith, BilheG 305 

Smith, Brian 276 

Smith. Bnan 318 

Smith. Charles K II 228, 317 

Smith. ChnstopherS 112, 158, 173, 305 

Smith, Constance M 170,294 

Smith. Cyndie L 167 

Smith, Daniel E 175,318 

Smith, Deborah 182, 305 

Smith, Diana L 183, 305, 321 

Smith. Donna 276 

Smith, Donna 157, 158, 181, 183, 201. 276 

Smith, Edwin D 305 

Smith. Enc M 105, 160 

Smith, Frances L 160,294 

Smith, Fredenca D 199, 294 

Smith. Georgia A 306 

Smith, Ginger C. 306 

Smith, James 188, 318 

Smith. Jeffrey 306 

Smith, Jennifer L 164,205.276 

Smith, Jerry W 276 

Smith. Judy Y 294 

Smith, Julie 306 

Smith. Keith L 86, 276 

Smith. Kevin 306 

Smith. Linda 179. 276 

Smith. Lisa 215 

Smith. Lon J 163 

Smith, Lorraine 232, 294 

Smith. Mark 182. 306 

Smith. Mary A 276 

Smith, Maunce 86 

Smith, Mel 294, 306 

Smith. Melody C 276 

Smith Michael 294 

Smith, Michelle L 162. 201, 294 

Smith, MmdiS 186 

Smith, Monica 185,294 

Smith, Nancy E 165, 211, 276 

Smith, Norman H 158, 162, 165. 294 

Smith. Philips 169 

Smith. Phyllis A 178. 227. 276 

Smith. Randal L 276 

Smith, Renee R 276. 306 

Smith, Rhonda J 276 

Smith. Rhonda R 276 

Smith. Robert E. 317 

Smith, Robin 294 

Smith. Selena S 203 

Smith, Sharon 170. 294 

Smith, Sheila Causey 169, 186, 214, 215 

Smith, Sheha M 30b 

Smith, Shem 294 

Smith, Shem 306 

Smith, Sterling 169, 189, 318 

Smith. Steven 276 

Smith, Theresa J 318 

Smith. Tracey F 211 

Smith. Tracey L 

Smith, Tncia 276 

Smith, William 230 

Smith Willie D Jr 276 

Smither, Michael G 216 

Smock, Karen D 276 

Smyth, Tommy L 294 

Snapp. Chnstine J 276 

SNEHA 184 

Snider. Lora P 276 

Snowden, Penny S 306 



Snvder, Cathenne D 318 
Snyder. Pamela J 205, 306 
Soldentch. Wendy J 154.166 
Son, Jonathan T 62, 164, 169, 276 
Son. Natalie R 62, 169 
Sonmor, loanna S 294 
Sonmor. Jon K 246 
Sorensen. Sharon L 206, 276 
Sorensen, Wendy L 231. 318 
SOTA 182 

Souder, David E 157 
Souder. Michael L 306 



,Shen 



175 



Sowers, Herbert M 177 

Spahn, Barbara J 208 

Spalding. John F 227,277 

Spangenberg. Knsti 108, 109 

Sparks, Lisa L 277 

Sparling Travce M 306 

Sparrow. Lisa G 294 

Sparrow, Pamela D 294 

Spath. Daniel Edward 230 

Spaulding, Ricky 318 

Spears. April D 318 

Spears. Bryan K 318 

Spears. Sherry L 294 

Spears. Terry L 294 

Speer. Amy L 242 

Spence, Donna L 162, 180, 294 

Spencer. Angela M 186. 294 

Spencer. John W III 226. 227 

Spencer, Joyce A 164,182,277 

Spencer, Linda C 133. 246 

Spencer, Mary K 277 

Spicer, Lisa A 318 

Spillane. Debbie L. 294 

Spivev. Michael W 169, 318 

SPJ 183 

Spradlin. David K 306 

Sprague. Jay 277 

Sprague, Jeffrey T 277 

Sprowls. Steven 181. 318 

Spurlock. Barbara D 294 

Spurr. Susan K 294 

Squires, Alyson 210, 211, 306 

Squires, Andrew M 177 

Squires Joseph P 318 

Srnovrsnik, Jane F 306 

Stack, Robert S 166, 306 

Stall. ns, Kim A 208 

Stambaugh, Deborah A 184, 294 

Stamper. Cheryl A 318 

Stamper, Dwayne A 232, 277 

Stamper, Jonathan H 294 

Stamper, Margaret C 203 

Stamper, Melanie A 294 

Stamper, Stanley B 186 

Stamps, David G 169 

Stamps, Paul G 294 

Stander, Mary J 159, 162, 164, 277 

Stanford, Cynthia J 201,232,306 

Stanhope, Latonva G 306 

Stanley. William'B 86 

Stansburv. Stuart K 277 

Stapleton, Frank A 155. 177 

Stapleton, William W 105 

Starks. George K 187 

Stauffer, James B 188, 294, 306 

Stavton, Karen R 306 

Stearns, Carta J 168 

Stebbins, Peter W Jr 306 

Steele. Laura M 205. 238 

Steely, Dan C 196, 228, 294 

Steely. Lynda M 41, 197. 211. 240, 277 

Steer, Lee A 277 

Steffen, Stephanie R 318 

Steilberg. Mancy J 318 

Steilberg. Sandra J 166, 186. 187, 277 

Stem, Lorey H 206 

Stein, Mark 1 294 

Steinke, Kenton W 101. 294 

Stengel. Jacqueline 208 

Stephens. Jeffrey P 318 

Stephens, Larry W 138 

Stephens, Pat 110 

Stephens. Michael L 306 

Stephenson. Paul K 157 

Stevens, Robert T 196, 232 

Stevens, Stacey J 178.277 

Stevens, Tracy L. 318 

Stevens, Wendy S 157. 160. 164, 205, 277 

Stevens, Woody 159 

Stewart, Anna M 120 

Stewart. Bryan 240 

Stewart. Cvnthia K 294 

Stewart. David B 294 



Stei 
Stei 

Ste» 

Stewart, Lesa 306 
Stewart, Leslie A 155, 169, 178 
Stewart, Nathan R 294 
Stewart Reva J 277 
Stewart. Vickie L 208, 306 
Stewart. Wanda F 178, 306 
Stickley. Rhonda J 277 
Stidham, Kimberly D 277 
Stidham, Robert E 182 
Stigall. Beatnce 240 
Stilwell. Jennifer 154, 294 
Stipes, J Patrick 218 
Stirneman. Debra S 165, 294 
Stirnemann, Michelle 165, 277 
Stivers, Robbi D 318 
Stivers. Valene L 306 
Stockard. Alan 171 
Slocker. Cynthia K 294 
Stodghill. NancyS 185,294 
Stall, Keimberly K. 318 
Stone, Jeff T 318 
Stone. John D 165. 294 
Stone, Keith | 185 
Stone. Marcia L 277 
Stoner, Shelly L 318 
Storey, Dianne M 158. 187 
Storms. Thomas R 306 
Storz, Monica L 97. 306 
Stotts. Robin A, 169. 181.294 
Stout Mama K 212. 277 
Stover. Patricia R 294 



Strange Daryl E 318 
Strange, John M 173, 306 
Strange, Laura F 172. 318 
Strange, Marci 169, 172, 318 
Strange. Mike 104, 105 
Stralman, Denise M 294 
Stratton, Lynn I 306 
Stringer. Lon A 171. 205. 306 
Strohmeier. Ruth E 169. 306 
Stronsnider, Ann C 294 
Strunk, Elsie F 294 
Strunk. Manlyn R 277 
Strunk, Tammy L. 277 
Stubbleheld, David 277 
Student Association 186 
Stumbo, Belinda A 306 
Stump, Anna M 277 
Stump, Pamela A 306 
Stunzill, Anthony L 232.233 
Stutsman, leffery S 306 
Sudduth. John S 169 
Sulc, Rachael M 277 
Sulfndge. Michael D 294 
Sullivan, Chnstopher 277 
Sullivan, Colleen D 294 
Sullivan, Kathleen M 178 
Sullivan. Richard A 228 
Sullivan. Robert P 238 
Sullivan, Sandy 208 
Sullivan, William J 171 
Sutkamp, Jerry C 39, 168, 186, 294 
Sutkamp, [on R 168, 277 
Sutkamp, Mike W 168. 306 
Sutton, Dorthy, Dr. 162 
Sutton, Dwight 294 
Sutton, Mark T 162, 165, 294 
Sutton, Tonjia L 294 
Suwam, Mohamed A 277 
Swanson, Cheryl A 294 
Swanson. Nancy J 170, 277 
Sweat, Anthony L, 277 
Swecker, Diana Lynn 318 
Switlinger. Lisa G 215, 277 
Swiney, Charles E 306 
Swinev, Michelle 162. 306 
Swinford, Dana J 33, 278 
Swinford. James D 318 
Swinford, Wendy W 246 
Swink, Pamela W 246 
Sydnor, Connie S 306 



-T- 

*Towed cars 
♦Thriller 

Tabb. Lisa 227, 318 

Tackett Karen L 318 

Tackett, Mary A 294 

Tackett Sheme L 278 

Taggart, Suzanne A 156, 175. 294 

Talbot, Jeffery A 172. 180, 294 

Talbott. Vickie J 294 

Tanamachi. Michele A 294 

Tanner. Edward W 278 

Taphorn, Tina M 185 

Tarter, Enc T 306 

Tate. Renee A 278 

Tate, Tonya L 294 

Tatum, Lisa A 215.278 

Tatum. William L Jr 278 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 238 

Taul, Jessica A 306 

Taulbee, Kimberly D 318 

Taylor, Allen P 318 

Taylor, Andrea L 120 

Taylor, Barbara A 318 

Taylor, Carol J 306 

Taylor. Donald J 226. 227. 278 

Taylor. Durenda L 278 

Taylor. Elame M 318 

Taylor. Kenneth A 318 

Taylor, Kevm P 278 

Taylor, Maresa V. 215 

Taylor, Margaret A. 172, 294 

Tavlor, Mark A 240 

Taylor, Morns. Dr. 172 

Taylor, Paul J 218 

Taylor, Paula L 294 

Taylor, Rachel L 155 

Tavlor. Robert A 223 

Taylor. Scott A 157, 167. 306 

Taylor, Tamara D 294 

Taylor. Valene K. 306 

Taylor. Wallace C. 278 

TCF 185 

Teater, Kenna D 294 

Tebault, Shan L 294 

Tecca. Lisa A 98, 99 

Teeple, Rick L 294 

Temple. Kathy A 278 

Terry, Kopana L 318 

Terry, Rhonda L 278 

Thacker. Lynda C 306 

Thacker, Wanda J 318 

Thaddeus. Paul 235 

Thaler. Charles A 306 

Tharp, Molly J 169. 294 

The.gel, Mary 201 



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Thelen, Connie Mane 318 
Theta Chi 240 
Thiersch, Roger B 242 
Thiersch, Timothy B 242 
Thomas, Jamie A. 165, 278 
Thomas, lanet 197. 201, 294 



Thoi 



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Thomas, Mark T 318 

Thomas. Michael A 278 

Thomas, Mike 318 

Thomas. Nancy J 21. 159. 164. 174. 278 

Thomas, Pamtla 294 

Thomas, Randall J 295 

Thomason. Tammy L 295 

Thompson. Billy C 306 

Thompson. Bonnie 295 



Thompson. Cindy Y. 99, 205 
Thompson, Connie S 185, 318 
Thompson. David E. 318 
Thompson, David L 242 
Thompson, Howard, Dean 140 
Thompson, Jay M 196, 224, 295 
Thompson, John B. 306 
Thompson. Laura L 278 
Thompson. Lisa K 306 
Thompson. Martin 227 
Thompson, Michael C 278 
Thompson, Neil R 295 
Thompson, Tamara D 318 
Thompson, Terence K 36, 75, 77, 79, 82 
Thompson. Theresa A 278 
Thompson, Tina Denis 318 
Thompson. Trac. H 97 
Thompson, Tracy A 174, 211, 278 
Thornberry. Timothy 230 
Thornburv. Teresa B 211 
Thornsberrv, Tim 183. 192, 193 
Thornsbury Jon K 295 
Thornton, Diane I 155, 157. 162. 278 
Tichenor, Terrence D 318 



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Tiet,et 

Tiller Barr 



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278 



■ rhv L 227 



rilley, Tamara H. 295 
Timmons, Debra L 171.318 
Tingle, DonmeC 318 
Tingle. Ronnie L 318 
Tingle. Timmv L 175, 278 
Tingle, Tina M 306 
Tinsley, Lafondra L 49, 186 
Tipton, Tami I 98 
Tisdale, Frederick D 318 
Tobe, Shirley A 295 
Todd. James' C Jr 278 
Todd. Mark W 242 
Tolley. lenmfer E 318 
Tolley. Kelly 211, 231 
Tolliver, Tracy M 278 



Toloso P.itrn. 






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Tongate. Tracey S 295 
Toole. Lisa Ann 318 
Tophorn, Tina A 306 
Topp, Amy L 158. 206 
Torbett, Dan, Dr 183 
Tower. Shawn L 167, 224, 278 
Towerv, Path C. 278 
Tracev. Thomas P 278 
Trainer, Lisa A 177, 306 
Trammel, Steven M 183.278 
Tran, Quoc T 306 
Trauthwem, Ann M 295 
Travis. Cynthia S 278 
Treadwav, Jonathan L 237, 318 
Trenkamp, Julie M 318 
Trent. Gala A 212. 318 



Tr^' 



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Tnbble, Lee A 295 
Trimble. Kimbelry R 318 
Trimble, Shannon R 306 
Triplet!, John B 306 
Trousdale, James T 230, 295 
Troutman. Randall D 156 
Truba. Cindy J 306 
True. Gary D 278 
Tsang, Ming Tak 278 
Tucker. Chnstopher 227, 306 
Tucker, Thomas P 278 
Tudor, Cynthia L 306 
Tudor, Verda L 205 
Tuggle, Mona Carol 318 
Tuppy. David S 278 

au, Jeffrey W. 318 

er, Andrea L 173 

er. Charles K 295 

er. Darrell G 318 

er. David M 318 

er. Kay L 295 

er. Kimberly S 295 

er. Lesley A 181 

er. Linda F 306 

er, Melody C 243 

er. Tony 278 

in, Leandra K 159, 164. 165, 208 
Turpin, Nancy L 279 
Tussev. Mark S 295 
Tussey, Perry L 235 
Tye, Thomas T 295 
Tvler, Gwendolyn S. 178. 306 
Tvra. Charlotte M 306, 321 
Tvra, Pamela 318 
Tyson. Sharon L 279 
Tyson. Stanley J 76 
Tysseling. Jean E 185 



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*Uptown Girl 
*Under-aged 

Unahn, Diane R 295 
Underwood. John F 181.279 
Unger. Leesa R 295 
Upchurch. Paul 230, 295 
Upton. Pamela J 306 



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"Videos 
*VIP 2001 

Valentin. Lorenzo 279 

Valerio, Jay R 224. 295 



Vance. David B 177, 183. 196. 242 

Vance. Patricia M 295 

Vandy, Donna F, 279 

Vanhoose. Suzann D 279 

Vanover, Leslie S 295 

Vanover, Willene F 295 

Vansickle, Rebecca L 307 

Vanwagenen. Laura K 171, 306 

Vanwinkle. Carol 97 

Vanzant. Roger D 216 

Varble, Helen C 295 

Varner, Troy L. 295 

Varney. Brian K 295 

Varnum, Chans L. 295 

Vaughn, Melba L 162, 165, 295 

Vaught, Teresa B 295 

Veitch, Elizabeth 307 

Vennefron, L Scott 104, 105, 173, 295 

Verdow, Christopher 295 

Veron, Kenneth A 236, 237, 295 

Vertone, Mana R 97 

Verville, Pamela J 158, 307 

Vessels, Michael P 307 

Vest. Regina A 318 

Vetter. Elizabeth A. 307 

Vickie. Ewen 307 

Vielhauer, Michelle 176. 307 

Villadsen, Deborah L 182, 295 

Vincent. Anita G 159. 205, 279 

Vincent. Debra S 169, 279 

Vincent, Melanie D 156. 279 

Vincent, Sharon 120, 121 

V.tato, Barbara J 232 

Vittitow. Linda A 307 

Vivian, Veronica 318 

Vockery. William N. 181, 279 

Von Luehrte, Rebecca 168, 318 

Von Mohr, Beth 318 

Vonderhaar, Jerome 279 



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*Weightlifting 
*Winning 

Waddles, Gwendolyn R 211, 227, 295 

Wade, Jack P 227, 307 

Wade, Sheri L. 170, 279 

Wade, Susan L. 159, 164, 279 

Wade, Tamara F 295 

Wade, Valerie R. 170, 178, 295 

Wagers, Jeffrey W 228. 307 

Wagers, Steven M 238 

Waggoner. Brenda S 307 

Waggoner, Harry 307 

Wagner. Amy M 307 

Wainnght, Phil W 318 

Waits. Tim J 279 

Waldron. Jean M 108, 307 

Walker, Amy S 156, 169, 279 

Walker, James 216 

Walker, Janet 154, 199 

Walker, Karen Y 295 

Walker, Kathy L 197, 243, 295 

Walker, Kimberly 167. 319 

Walker, Uune A 176,307 

Walker, Penny D 203. 237 

Walker Sara H 214,215,295 

Walker, Timothy 165, 295 

Walkup. Nancy J 295 

Wall, Kim R. 295 

Wall, Marcus V 279 

Wallace, Anna C 307 

Wallace, David Austi 169. 171, 319 

Wallace, Margaret J. 211, 307 

Wallace, Stacy Dawn 203, 279 

Waller, Kellye P 211. 295 

Walling, Bevelry J 307 

Wallingford, Damn 232, 295 

Wallis, )ay D 235 

Walsh. Dana Lorraine 319 

Walter, Marv B 162 

Walters. Davjd A 101 

Walters. Cregory A 228, 279 

Walters, Joseph B 228 

Walters, Lee A. 157, 279 

Walters, Mary Beth 295 

Walton, Judy L. 158. 183 

Walton, Kenneth R Jr 218 

Wampler. Jean C 231.319 

Ward, Belinda K 160, 164, 279 

Ward. Beth E 208, 232 

Ward. Bonnie L 279 

Ward, Chnst! R 158, 307 

Ward. Dana C 279 

Ward, Deborah L 169 

Ward, Donna S 279 

Ward, Jackie D 169, 279 

Ward, Jim, Coach 114, 115 

Ward. Pamela 176, 205.279 

Ward. Randy J 279 

Ward, Sonya R 319 

Ward, Teresa A 307 

Ward, Tonya 279 

Wardnp. Danny L 307 

Ware, Blanton 171, 205 

Ware, Melissa E 319 

Warnick, Elizabeth 319 

Wash, M!oeka C. 307 

Wathen, Christine 319 

Watkins, Bill K 295 

Watkins, Kathenne R. 185. 279 

Watkins, Tony L 169 

Watkins. W.H 161 

Watkowski, Sherri A. 211, 295 

Watson. Grantette 319 

Watson, Janet L 319 

Watson. Marvin D 295 

Watson, Paula L 307 

Walters, Jod. L 205. 307 

Watts, Donna R 211 

Wayman. Lisa Claire 319 

Weathers, Nat 182 

Weaver, Teresa K 307 

Webb, Jan 307 

Webb, Kimberly A 295 



Webb, Lee A 183,279.321 

Webb, Susan M 206, 295 

Weber, Daniel C 242 

Weber, Lisa R 205, 319 

Weber, Lynn D 178, 279 

Webster, Gena 295 

Webster, Karen S 295 

Webster, Kenneth G 162, 174, 279 

Webster, Petra M 279 

Webster, Thomas K 280 

Weddington, Vera D 307 

Weddle, Madonna J 295 

Weddle. Rhonda L. 211. 280 

Weeden, Tonda Kaye 319 

Weese, Samual, Dr 156 

Wehrman. Philip J 162, 280 

Wehrman. R Barry 110. Ill 

Weidle, lamie ) 307 

Weigel, Mary E 164, 169, 280 

Weigel, Molly A 169, 201. 280 

Weikert, Sandra L 319 

Weisman. William L 105 

Welch. Cheryl E 185 

Welch, Frederick P 227 

Welch, Treska D 161, 246 

Wells, Can N 307 

Wells. Carla A 319 

Wells, Debra L 237 

Wells, Jeffrey L 295 

Wells, John C 171 

Wells, Kevin 295 

Wells, Ladonna J 162, 307 

Wells, Mark D 162, 165, 280 

Welte, Apnl 1 280 

Wenery, Beth E 280 

Wernery. Elizabeth A. 280 

Wernery. Timothy J 157, 177, 280 

Wesley, Rick A 319 

Wessels, Mary E 307 

West, Glona B 280 

West, June Lee E 319 

West, Lisa E 307 

West, Marcia K 319 

West, Stephen C 280 

Westbrook. Robert W 183, 280 

Westerman, Jennifer 172. 380 

Westphal, Robyn D 295 

Wethington, Debra K 307 

Wetzel. Stephanie A 295 

Wheatley. Carol E 186, 307 

Wheeler.' Beverly L. 206, 295 

Wheeler. Jayne C 280 

Whelan, Mary L. 187, 280 

Whitaker, David J 280 

Wh. taker, Diane 307 

Whitaker. Karen 280 

Whitaker, Keith 280 

Whitaker. Lisa A 295 



Whitaker Tan 



. 307 



White, Anela L 237. 307 
White, Artie 280 
White, David R 230, 280 
White, Eldean 31 
White, Janelle 295 
White, John C 319 
White, Paula H 174. 280 



Whit 



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Pearl 31 

Philip H 157, 159, 164, 167, ; 

Rick 118 

Ronald Dale 319 



Whit.- Mev 



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Whitehead. Phyllis L 197, 203, . 
Whitehouse, James B 227 
Whithouse, Micahel 234, 235 
Whitson, Derek A 307 
Whitt, Debra L 157, 159,280 
Whitt, Marc C 246 
Wh.tt, Robert E 280 
Whittaker. Charlotte 307 
Whittaker, M Jill 295 
Whittaker, Susan L 235, 295 
Whittenberg. Kimberly 63 
Whittenberg, Robert 63 
Whonsetler, Lisa A 197,212 
Who's Who 164 

Dana L 182, 280 

Paul E 280 

r, Charlotte L 280 

r, Kathy L. 319 
lehe, Brad P 227, 307 
C Rebecca 319 



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gger Helen L 154. 280 
Iber, Amy J 154, 280 
kh, Joel D 307 
Ider, Elizabeth A 319 
lder. Lonme H 280 
Idermuth, Barbara 103 
les, Brian L 319 
les, Cina L 179. 280 
ley, Donald Ray 319 
ley. Janene K. 307 
ley, Jolene F. 162, 307 
ley, Mark S 281 
ley, Susan L 211 
ley. V.ckie J 162,295 
Ifert, Julie A 201,231 
Ifert. Sally A 201.319 
lham, Lisa M 295 
Ihelm, Angel M 307 



Ike Linda 



,295 



Ike. Ronald E 242,319 
Ikerson. John D 281 
Ikerson. Rhonda K 246 
Ikins, Deborah L. 178 
Ikinson. Bonnie K 319 
Ikinson, Nigel 295 
lkmson, Sue A 319 
Hard, Debra A 319 
lliams. Amy J 168, 295 
lliams, Angela M 229.307 
lliams, Beverly K, 281 
lliams. Bunnie243. 281 
lliams, Bruce A 307 
lliams, Chnst. ne 295 
lliams, Cynthia L 295 
Ihams, Diana R. 232, 296 
lliams, Donna L. 154 
Ihams, Gary 296 
lliams, Jennifer 307 



Williams. Jennifer 319 

Williams, Kimberly A 212. 307 
Williams, Leslie 319 
Williams, Linda 157. 169, 296 
Williams, Lisa R 307 
Williams, Lou A 281 
Williams, Paige 205 
Williams. Rebecca A 281 
Williams, Rhoda L 119 
Williams. Rhonda L 211 
Williams, Sheila A 238. 296 
Williams, Teresa L 281 
W.lliams, Terry W 319 
Williams. Theresa M 307 
Williamson, Jeff 296 
Williamson, Jennifer 319 
Williamson. John L J 227 
Williamson, Susan L 211. 232, 307 
Wilhan, Lewis M 186 
Willis, Donna M 162, 165, 281 
Willis. Jane M 246 
Willis, Sandy 197, 208 
Wilhs, Teresa L 319 
Willoughby, Bobby G 175,281,307 
Willoughby, Lauren C 319 
Willoughby, Tom L 296 
Wilmers. Teresa K 281 



Wilm 



, Don 



319 



W!lmes, Timothy H 307 

Wilson, Angela M 307 

Wilson, Ann E 237, 281 

Wilson. Beverly J 281 

Wilson. Carl M 319 

Wilson, Deborah L 184. 281 

Wilson, Donna M 307 

Wilson, Douglas A 307 

Wilson, Geneva 281 

Wilson, Clenda R 281 

Wilson, Gregory A 281 

Wilson, Jackie L 281 

Wilson, James R Jr 162, 164. 196, 240, 281 

Wilson, Jay D 224 

Wilson, Kelly J 319 

Wilson, Kenny 86, 87, 88 

Wilson. Kevin L 224 

Wilson, Kevin L 296 

Wilson, Knshn A 296 

Wilson, Leigh A 319 

Wilson. Lisa L 319 

Wilson. Melissa H 206, 242, 307 

Wilson, MHena E 212, 319 



Wll! 



. 296 



Wilson, Raymond | 281 
Wilson, Ricky A 296 
Wilson, Robert D Jr 296 
Wilson, Robin L 208 



321 



Wilson, Shellede A 281 

Wilson, Shirley J 296 

Wdson, Steven D 307 

Wilson, Stuart 144. lbO, 164, 281 

Wilson, Susan 108, 109. 281 

Wilson. Tammy Lynn 319 

Wimsatt. James G 281 

Wimsatt, Lesa M 170. 200, 201, 296 

Winburn, Onda A 58 

Winchester, Cynthia 281 

Winebrenner, Dawn M 212 

Winebrenner, Laura A 175. 307 

Winkle, Pamela C 296 

Winkler, Cissy 205 

Winkler, Denise 281 

Winkler. Margaret D 164 

Wireman, Laura J 158.307 

Wirth, Rita A 307 

Wise. Cynthia A 206, 281 

Wise, Jerald A 281 

Wise, Keith T 113, 281 

W,se, Sherry L 281 

Wismcky, Yvonne M 162. 176. 281 

Withers. Vicky L. 296 

Witherspoon, Elizabeth 281 

Witt. Craig E 242, 319 

Witt. Shannon D 319 

Wirt, Sherry C 281 

Witt, Vicki L 296 

Witten. Mary-Anne 186 

Witzerman. Michael A 190 

Witzman, Gail M 319 

Woehler. Mike 114, 115, 117 

Woelfel. Wendy L. 211.231 

Wofford. Ron R 101 

Wolfe, Connie L. 165, 281 

Wolfe, Maria K 281 

Wolfe, Peggy 108 

Wolfe, Susan E 174 

Wolff, David R 281 

Wolfford, Amy J 178, 186, 307 

Wolfford, Jennifer L 319 

Wolfram. Laura 296 

Wolfzorn, David E 179. 296 

Wollert. Deborah A 319 

Wolnitzek, Lisa M 197. 206, 296 

Womens Interdorm lfl5 

Wood. Andrew P 319 

Wood, Ivan L. II 230 

Wood, Jennifer L 159. 176, 282 

Wood, Mehnda J 211. 296 

Wood, TerTy G 282 

Woodard, Teresa B 296 

Woodard, Vicki L 178 

Woodcock. Peggy E 307 

Woods, Jeffery C 162, 282 

Wood, Jennifer L 164 

Woods, Karen J 282 

Woods, Rita Carolle 319 

Woodward. Cynthia M 201 

Woody, Edward M 230 

Woody, Margaret A, 231, 319 

Wooldndge, Vickie L. 178. 282 

Woolum, Gary L. 75 

Woosley. Melanie 186 

Woosley, Susanne 282 

Woosley. Walter S 162. 165. 180. 282 

Wordenberg. Paula 296 

Work. Kathye H 178, 296 

Wortman. Sharee M 296 

Wrav, Perrv Landon 319 

Wnght, Allison J. 296 

Wnght. Barry G 230. 282 



Wright. Ik-nnie 167, 282 
Wright, Beth 197, 215 
Wright, Lemuel D 307 
Wright. Mary J 180, 296 
Wnght, Sherry L 307 
Wnght, Steve B 307 
Wuilleumier, Leslie 208 
Wurtz, Mary J 166 
Wyatt. Rhonda L 319 
Wynn, Kelly B 196.216 
Wynck. Kelly S 169, 319 
Wynck, Knsta L 157, 169, 282 



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"Yearbook 
*Yentl 

Yancey, Belinda B 296 
Yancey, Glenna E 282 
Yarberry, John R 307 
Yates, Cheryl A 173, 296 
Yates, Deleith M 319 
Yates, Lisa M 158. 162. 307 
Yates, Patncia A 282 
Yeager, Mana 173 
Yeary, Jacqueline 162, 282 
Yeary, Julie M 319 
Yeary. Timothy L 296 
Yeaste, George E 180, 282 
Yeiser, Valene A 307 
Yocum, Cheryl L 319 
Yocum, Kenneth R 307 
Yocum, Sara D 133 
Yocum, Timothy | 319 
York, Darrell K 183, 282 
York, Donna | 308 
York, Jeff R 157, 282 
York. Karen 227, 282 
York, Karen D 319 
York, MonaQ 212, 319 
York. Rhonda R 319 



Youi 



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Young, Cina L 173, 308 
Young, Hubert W 242 
Young, Janet M 282 
Young, Junith S 319 
Young, Kelly H 296 
Young, Kimberly 319 
Young, Linda A 308 
Young. Lisa E. 17B. 282 
Young, Robin 97, 319 
■on J 211 



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.Sandy L 319 



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*ziggy 

"Zips 



Zartman, Janet S 169, 173, 319 

Zehnder, Phillip E 282 

Zellner, Gregory A 226, 227, 296 

Zeta Phi Beta 243 

gler, Joan M 238, 308 
linski, Robert 181, 242, 319 
lmerman, Terry B. 308 
is, Karen M 208, 308 

Zirkelbach, Karen L 178 

Zoeller, Daniel J 162, 282 

Zoller, Jeffrey R 26 

Zottman, Tommy L 235 

Zweigart. Suzanne L 201 

Zydel, George | 216.308 



College Life . . . An Experience 

The year 1983-84 happened, and we all exper- 
ienced it in our own way. The events we participat- 
ed in, the friends we made, the things we learned 
are all "unique" for they can never be relived again. 
They are a part of the year that has passed; the year 
that is capsulized in this bound volume of the Mile- 
stone. 

We all went to class, we studied, we learned. We 
fellowshipped, we plaved, we grew We worked to- 
gether, we plaved together, we prayed together. 
This, and much more, we experienced in this year at 
the University. 

This year gave each of us an opportunity to expe- 
rience ourselves, as well as the people that we en- 
countered. But, all in all, every single thing that we 
did or allowed to happen to us affected our experi- 
ence of the year. A year that will never take place in 
the same order or fashion, again. 





Study Time 



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Sports 



Closing 331 



An Experience (Cont/d) 




Fun/Games 



Friendship 



332 Closing 




. . Involvement 




Closing 333 



An Experience (Cont/d) 




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The Road Taken 

Two roads converged on memory lane, 

And glad that I could travel it, 

I joined my daily life and destiny with friends, 

And we moved on down as far as we could go . . . 

To where it disappeared beyond the stately trees. 

I shall be telling this with a sigh 
Somewhere ages and ages hence: 
Two roads converged on memory lane, 
and I joined others on the way 
As we shared our faith and fortunes . . . 
And that has made all the difference. 

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The road taken . . . College. The decision each of 
us made to come to college affected this year and so 
did every other choice or decision that we made 
during our nine-month stay here at the University. 

In a year such as this one, individuals come to- 
gether to grow, learn, and develop. So that when it 
comes time to move on — out into that "other 
world" — that we might find success. This most train 
for, yet others simply set their sights on mere sur- 
vival. 

Time goes on, we will mature, and then we will 
look back to our college experience and realize that 
what that experience has done for us, has made all 
of the difference. 




Closing 335 



EDITORS NOTE 




The last deadline has been completed, and an- 
other edition of the Milestone has been produced. 
In this volume we worked to capture significance, 
and I must say we were largely successful in doing 
so. 

It takes the help of many people to produce a 
yearbook; therefore, I have a long list of people to 
thank for their input. 

First, I would like to thank this year's hard-work- 
ing staff who devoted many long hours into produc- 
ing these pages ... on deadline. 

I would like to extend a very special thanks to 
Mike Hall, my right and left arm. Without you, 
Mike, I may not have survived the year. 

Dean'a Moore, I thank for her abundant supply of 
munchies that enabled us to make it through the 
many all-nighters, and also for her hard work and 
dedication. 

Larry Bailey, I thank you for handling my excite- 
ment and encouraging me through the rough spots. 

To my outstanding section editors: Jannene 
Maudlin, Melanie Corwin, Scott Wilson, Jon Stew- 
art, Diana Smith, Lee Ann Webb, and Lori Jenkins — 
You all are great! Thanks for all the time and energy 
vou put into your sections. 

Thanks to all the people at Delmar who have 
made my years of work on the Milestone, and mv 



many trips to Charlotte, times I will never forget. 
Special thanks to Bill Stoess and Becky Alexander 
who work so hard for us. 

Thanks to: Kevin Grimm for his "Life at EKU" 
cartoon, Ralph Van Dyke for his talented script writ- 
ing used throughout the book, Ron Wolfe for his 
poem version — "The Road Taken", and Billboard 
Magazine for the top-hit information. 

Thanks to Public Information for the supply of 
photographs. I appreciate your hard work and coop- 
eration, especially at those times when we were all 
under pressure. 

To President Powell and Dr. Donald Feltner, thank 
you for your continued support of the Milestone. I 
hope you are pleased with Volume 61. 

To the students of the University — I hope you 
enjoy the 1984 Milestone as much as I have enjoyed 
the efforts that I have put into it. I hope you will 
treasure this book now and for years to come, as I 
will. 

Good Luck to next year's Editor and staff, please 
keep the high-class tradition of the Milestone con- 
tinuing. 




1983-84 Editor 



SPECIFICATIONS 



The 1984 Milestone was prepared by the students of Eastern Kentucky 
University and printed by offset lithography by Delmar Printing Company, 
Charlotte, North Carolina. 

The paper stock is 80 pound Wesvaco Sterling Gloss Enamel. 

The cover is a quarterbound design with silk screened title. The spine and 
back cover are embossed. 

The standard type face is palentino. Cutlines are set in eight point with 
one point leading. Body copy is set in 12 point with two point leading. 

Cameras used to photograph activity pictures for both four-color and 
black and white included Nikon (35mm) and Hasselblad (2 l Ax2Vi). Lenses 
used ranged in focal length from 24mm to 500mm. Senior and underclass 
portraits were photographed by Yearbook Associates, Miller Falls, Massa- 
chusetts. 

Press run was 7,500 copies. 



Experience — what has happened to 
one; what is or has been met with or felt; 
anything or everything observed, done, 
or lived through. 2. all of the actions, 
events, feelings which make up the life 
of a person, a community, — a Universi- 
ty- 
Defined by World Book Encyclopedia 
Dictionary 



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